Hurricane Matthew

 

Hurricane Matthew leaves over 100 dead in Haiti


PUBLISHED Thu, October 06, 2016 - 2:53pm EDT


According to the country's embassy on Thursday, Hurricane Matthew has left at least 108 people dead in Haiti. The embassy added that the number could rise because some areas have not yet been accounted for. Four people were also killed in the Dominican Republic and one each in Colombia and in the island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Matthew is currently in the Bahamas, where forecasters warned of "devastating impacts" from rain, wind and floods. The category 4 storm is expected to barrel past Andros Island and New Providence in the northwestern part of the Bahamas later on Thursday and will then head toward the Florida peninsula.





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