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Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas earlier this week, devastating the territory. Globe photographer Jessica Rinaldi captured these images.

Pillows and blankets lined the inside of Baillou's bathtub, where she has slept since the storm ripped the roof off her home.
Pillows and blankets lined the inside of Baillou's bathtub, where she has slept since the storm ripped the roof off her home.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A man surveyed the damage left by the storm.
A man surveyed the damage left by the storm.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A plane on the side of the road across the street form the airport in Freeport.
A plane on the side of the road across the street form the airport in Freeport.Jess Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Rendal "Yanks" Munnings, Sr. who rode out Hurricane Dorian in his home, left clothes to dry atop a car in his yard.
Rendal "Yanks" Munnings, Sr. who rode out Hurricane Dorian in his home, left clothes to dry atop a car in his yard.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staf/Globe Staff
People rode on a broken-up road in a pickup truck in Freeport.
People rode on a broken-up road in a pickup truck in Freeport.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staf/Globe Staff
Large portions of this road in Freeport were swept away by Hurricane Dorian.
Large portions of this road in Freeport were swept away by Hurricane Dorian. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Sherlie Kemp carried the few plates and bowls that survived the hurricane.
Sherlie Kemp carried the few plates and bowls that survived the hurricane.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Virginia Cooper stood on the foundation of what used to be her home after Hurricane Dorian swept it away.
Virginia Cooper stood on the foundation of what used to be her home after Hurricane Dorian swept it away. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Royal Caribbean employees loaded relief supplies onto a boat bound for Freeport.
Royal Caribbean employees loaded relief supplies onto a boat bound for Freeport.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Trees in Freeport were stripped bare by Dorian’s winds.
Trees in Freeport were stripped bare by Dorian’s winds.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A relative placed food on the dining room table inside Baillou's home.
A relative placed food on the dining room table inside Baillou's home.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A boat filled wtih relief supplies was bound for Freeport.
A boat filled wtih relief supplies was bound for Freeport.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff/Globe Staff