Hurricane Heaves ''Tsunami'' on Bahamas Island

Hurricane Heaves ''Tsunami'' on Bahamas Island
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Henderson Smith, left, discovers a kitchen utensil buried in the sand at the Paradise Cove resort on the island of Grand Bahama.

"There's a lot of stuff were picking up, scattered all over," he said. "Everythings scattered."

The resort, which is owned by Smith's son Barry Smith, right, suffered heavy damage from Hurricane Wilma.

"This ones the worst one Ive seen," the elder Smith said of the storm. "[Hurricanes] Frances and Jeanne did a lot of damage [in 2004], but this ones much worse."

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