According to UNICEF, Haiti is facing its biggest humanitarian crisis since the 2010 earthquake. As information has began to flow from isolated regions of Haiti, Reuters is reporting that as of Friday morning, at least 478 people have been killed due to Hurricane Matthew. Numbers are expected to climb as more information becomes available. Haiti: Hurricane Matthew leaves hundreds dead, ‘worst yet to come’ Madison Park, Angela Dewan, Elizabeth Roberts, CNN October 7, 2016 (CNN) – Haiti had only just begun rebuilding from a devastating earthquake six years ago when Hurricane Matthew tore through the small Caribbean nation on Tuesday, killing hundreds in its path and inundating entire villages. Once again much of the country is a disaster zone, with powerful Matthew shredding homes and engulfing communities in knee-deep water that is taking time to recede. At least 271 people have been […]
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