For nearly 24 hours, Hurricane Dorian’s nearly 200 MPH winds pounded the Bahamas, reaping death and destruction and leveling nearly everything in its path. It was the strongest hurricane on record to affect the Bahamas. Thousands of homes were severely damaged or completely destroyed, leaving at least 61 people dead, 282 still missing, and an estimated 70,000 people homeless. If there could be a bright spot amid the devastation, perhaps it is the Wootten Residence on Elbow Cay, Central Abaco Bahamas. Michael Wootten, the homeowner, reported that the area “had such severe damage that from pictures it looked like an Atomic Bomb had gone off,” yet “our house was one of the few homes that were still standing and with very few problems..