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Seeing ‘Nothing to Live For’ as Haiti Seeks a Body Count After Hurricane Matthew

21 Oct

The loss in this coastal town is all but entire. Dead animals float in tidal pools. Cinder-block heaps mark where homes once stood. Trees, stripped of leaves, branches and tops, impale the earth like ragged posts.

But the loss here runs deeper. The local hospital has registered 13 deaths since Hurricane Matthew flung 145-mile-per-hour winds and a wall of water at Port-Salut, but many more have died without so much as an official word.

Source: Seeing ‘Nothing to Live For’ as Haiti Seeks a Body Count After Hurricane Matthew

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Posted by on October 21, 2016 in South America

 

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