Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters Hurricane Matthew devastates Haiti, October 6, 2016.
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters
Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters

Haiti Underwater

Haiti had barely recovered from the 2010 earthquake and the 2012 cholera outbreak when Hurricane Matthew made landfall on October 4, ripping through the country's fragile infrastracture at 145 miles per hour. The category four storm collapsed bridges, flattened schools, and overturned years of slow but promising development. Flyover images of coastal towns, such as Jeremie, reveal the tragic scale of the destruction.

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