NASSAU, The Bahamas — Hurricane Dorian’s winds have weekend and the storm is finally moving Northwest, a huge relief for people in the Bahamas.

Dorian, one of the most powerful storms ever seen in the Atlantic, sat on top of the Bahamas for more than a day tearing down buildings and flooding homes across hundreds of islands. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 185 mph with gusts over 220 mph.

Travis C-Carroll, a journalist working for The Nassau Guardian, shared some of the first aerial images of Abaco. The destruction looks endless with debris covering the land and homes heavily damaged.

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CBS’s David Begnaud shared video footage from an aircraft going over Abaco.

This animated graphic gives a satellite view of Grand Bahama island, which was 60% submerged as Dorian hit.