Hurricane Dorian's path of destruction construction, as it makes landfall in Canada. The heavy rain's cutting power and the strong winds are whipping-up big sea swells. Before reaching Canada, Dorian's nearly two-week path unleashed devastation in the Bahamas, where it flattened homes and swept away neighborhoods, leaving at least 43 people dead. As many as 70,000 people are homeless in the islands, many of whom are still waiting to be evacuated. Our correspondent Ray Wagner is in Carolina, which was hit over the weekend.