[LISTEN] Wordview: 17 people killed in Hurricane Maria

The second major hurricane to hit the Caribbean this month, Maria has killed a total of 17 people and devastated several small islands.

The hurricane ravaged Dominica on Thursday.

Adam Gilchrest says officials are assessing the damage.

The hurricane is forecast to pass just east of the Turks and Caicos and the southeastern Bahamas early Friday.

20 other people missing although the prime minster of Dominico admits it could have been a lot worse than that.

Adam Gilchrest, international correspondent

The devastation is till there as we have also seen in Puerto Rico and now heading toward the Dominican Republic...

Adam Gilchrest, international correspondent

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