Once again, I’m incredibly grateful to Bruce Pinder of Da Salty Pig Adventures in Spanish Wells for permitting me to share these photos with you.
Like the other Abaco Cays, Guana Cay was devastated by Hurricane Dorian. To help our Guana friends recover and rebuild, please consider:
- Contributing to the Guana Fire and Rescue GoFundMe page. Funds raised through this effort will be allocated by Guana Fire and Rescue to the people of Guana Cay.
- Contributing to the Guana Cay GoFundMe page set up by Katie Hoog, girlfriend of Guana Cay’s Ricky Sands. Funds are being used to purchase survival supplies, evacuation helicopters and boats, temporary housing, medical supplies and building materials.
For a full list of relief agencies and fundraising efforts helping Bahamians affected by Hurricane Dorian recover and rebuild, click HERE.
2 thoughts on “On-the-Ground Photos of Guana Cay (Post-Dorian)”
Thank you, Amanda, for sharing Bruce Pinder’s excellent photos of the destruction visited upon Abaco by Dorian.
Hi, my name is dellane Kelly, I am a Dorian survivor that was in Marsh harbour at the time, but thanks to Jehovah and his organization I’m in Nassau with some of our loving brothers from the West kingdom Hall congregation. I was so amazed to see these photos of Guana Cay and the sad lost of homes and businesses, my heart and prayers goes out to all those that had lost everything. It’s nice to get this information about Guana cay, because the only news I kept seeing was about marsh harbour and not the rest of the cays’ thanks so much for this update. May Jehovah help with all the effort and love shown to all devastated by such a monstrous storm.