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  • Massive destruction along Haiti's southern coast after Hurricane Matthew

    In this video obtained by the Miami Herald, all along Haiti's southern coast, from Port-Salut to Roche-a-Bateau, Hurricane Matthew's destruction is visible. Banana trees are gone, coconut palms look like wet mops and debris stand where homes once stood. As Haitian officials still try to figure out the death toll, the living try to figure out how to move on.

In this video obtained by the Miami Herald, all along Haiti's southern coast, from Port-Salut to Roche-a-Bateau, Hurricane Matthew's destruction is visible. Banana trees are gone, coconut palms look like wet mops and debris stand where homes once stood. As Haitian officials still try to figure out the death toll, the living try to figure out how to move on. Obtained by the Miami Herald
In this video obtained by the Miami Herald, all along Haiti's southern coast, from Port-Salut to Roche-a-Bateau, Hurricane Matthew's destruction is visible. Banana trees are gone, coconut palms look like wet mops and debris stand where homes once stood. As Haitian officials still try to figure out the death toll, the living try to figure out how to move on. Obtained by the Miami Herald

Your help can make a difference in Haiti – Saunders

October 09, 2016 1:46 PM