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Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Atlantic storm in nearly a decade, left a path of destruction over the Caribbean and the southern US. Hundreds have been killed, and it is feared that Haiti suffered catastrophic damage.

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Local occupants Michael and Tori Munton advance through the overwhelmed lanes of downtown memorable Saint Marys, Ga., as the tempest surge from Hurricane Matthew hits, Oct. 7. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution by means of AP)

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Nick Lomasney strolls through overwhelming wind and an overflowed road as Hurricane Matthew goes through the range on Oct. 7, in St Augustine, Florida. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina all announced a highly sensitive situation in planning of Hurricane Matthew. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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People attempt to cross the flooding Rouyonne stream in the cooperative of Leogane, south of Port-au-Prince, Oct. 5. (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)

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Micah Beemon (Left) converses with a meeting neighbor about the substantial tree that has fallen in his front yard in Daytona Beach, Fla. Oct. 7 taking after the section of Hurricane Matthew. (Willie J. Allen/EPA)

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Josephine and Kira Emberton stroll through flotsam and jetsam along wash-out interstate A1A after Hurricane Matthew went by the range, Oct. 7, in Flagler Beach, Fla. (Eric Gay/Associated Press)

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Trees influence from substantial rain and twist from Hurricane Matthew before Exploration Tower early Friday, Oct. 7 in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Matthew debilitated marginally to a Category 3 storm with greatest maintained winds close to 120 mph, yet the U.S. National Hurricane Center says it\'s relied upon to remain an effective sea tempest as it draws nearer to the drift. (Craig Rubadoux/Florida Today by means of AP)

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A young lady leaves her home decimated by Hurricane Matthew in the edges of Port Salut, Haiti, Oct. 7. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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Haitian individuals cross the stream La Digue in Petit Goave where the extension broken down amid the downpours from Hurricane Matthew, southwest of Port-au-Prince, Oct. 6. (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)

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A lady cooks in the kitchen of her home demolished by Hurricane Matthew on the edges of Port Salut, Haiti, Oct. 7. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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A couple grasp in the remaining parts of their home that was annihilated by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 5. The typhoon moved over the meagerly populated tip of Cuba overnight, annihilating many homes in Cuba\'s easternmost city, Baracoa, leaving several others harmed. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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David Laffita, 26, pets his puppy Branco, while sitting in the midst of the vestiges of his home crushed by Hurricane Matthew, in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 6. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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Kaleigh Black, 14, left, and Amber Olsen, 12, keep running for cover as a squall with rain and twist from the remainders of Hurricane Matthew pelt them as they investigate the Cocoa Beach Pier on Oct. 7, in Cocoa Beach, Fla. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times through AP)

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Billy Conley lifts a bit of plywood to put over a window of a business in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Oct. 5, as Hurricane Matthew approaches Florida. (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel through AP)

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This NOAA-NASA Goes East venture satellite picture indicates Hurricane Matthew(L)in the Caribbean and Tropical Storm Nicole(R)to the east of Hurricane Matthew in the Atlantic on Oct. 6, at 1737 UTC. (NOAA-NASA Goes East venture satellite/AFP/Getty Images)

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Local inhabitants take protect at the Pedro Menendez secondary school in St. Augustine, Florida, on Oct. 6, in front of storm Matthew. (Gem Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

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An official vehicle explores flotsam and jetsam as it goes along Highway A1A after it was fractional washed away by Hurricane Matthew, Oct. 7, in Flagler Beach, Fla. (Eric Gay/Associated Press)

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Firefighters help a lady recoup her garments from her home crushed by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 6. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Pres)

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People stroll on a road by pulverized houses after Hurricane Matthew hit Jeremie, Haiti, Oct. 6. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

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A man peruses upgrades about Hurricane Matthew on his cell phone as he takes shield in an assembly hall of the Melia Hotel overnight in Nassau, Bahamas on Oct. 5. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)

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A piece of bread is every one of that was left in the bread path of a Wal-Mart market in Kissimmee, Fla. as individuals purchase supplies in readiness for the landfall of Hurricane Matthew, on Oct. 6. (Gregg Newton/AFP/Getty Images)

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Residents at a sanctuary in the school Liliane Mars Dumarsais Estime battle for sustenance amid a conveyance after Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, Oct. 7. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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Girls clasp hands as they help each other swim through an overflowed road after the death of Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, Oct. 6. Two days after the tempest rampaged the nation over remote southwestern landmass, powers and help specialists still do not have an unmistakable picture of what they dread is the nation\'s greatest fiasco in years. (Dieu Nalio Chery/Associated Press)

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Kevin Forde (L) and John Haughey set up plywood on a window as they plan for Hurricane Matthew as it methodologies the territory on Oct. 6 in Miami Beach. The typhoon is required to make landfall at some point tonight or at a young hour in the morning as a classification 4 storm. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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A lady cries in the midst of the rubble of her home, devastated by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 5. The sea tempest moved over the inadequately populated tip of Cuba crushing many homes in Cuba\'s easternmost city, Baracoa, leaving several others harmed. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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Guests rest in a corridor at the Atlantis Paradise Island lodging, as they stay far from their rooms\' windows amid the section of Hurricane Matthew in Nassau, Bahamas, Oct. 6. (Tim Aylen/Associated Press)

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A gathering of individuals convey a casket and attempt to cross the stream La Digue, after the colapse of the main extension that interfaces with the south after the death of storm Matthew in the nation, in Petit Goave, Haiti, Oct. 5. (Orlando Barria/EPA)

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An elderly man who was in doctor\'s facility before Hurricane Matthew hit, is conveyed back home in a loft in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 6. The man who was discharged from the healing center was conveyed back to his home by hand in light of the fact that the streets have been made impassible by the harm created by Hurricane Matthew, obstructing all engine vehicle activity to the zone. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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Haitian individuals cross the waterway La Digue in Petit Goave where the scaffold broken down amid the downpours of the Hurricane Matthew, southwest of Port-au-Prince, Oct. 5. AFP/Getty Images (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)

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A lady strolls on Oct. 5 along a beach front street amongst Guantanamo and Baracoa which was left secured in rocks and extremely harmed after the section of Hurricane Matthew through the eastern tip of Cuba on Tuesday evening. Typhoon Matthew, the Caribbean\'s most noticeably awful tempest in about 10 years, dashed towards the Bahamas Wednesday morning subsequent to killing nine individuals and beating Haiti and Cuba. (Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images)

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Residents work clearing a house pulverized by Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, Oct. 5. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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The mother (C) of two young ladies who kicked the bucket when an avalanche thumped the dividers of their home down amid the section of Hurricane Matthew, is console outside her home in the area of Capotillo, in Santo Domingo on Oct. 4. (Erika Santelices/AFP/Getty Images)

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People take a gander at the broken down top of a house where a kid passed on in the area of La Puya, in Santo Domingo on Oct. 4, amid the section of Hurricane Matthew through Hispaniola - the island that the Dominican Republic offers with Haiti. (Erika Santelices/AFP/Getty Images)

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People stroll out and about as rain falls amid Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, Oct. 4. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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Children remain beside an overwhelmed region after Hurricane Matthew passes Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 5. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

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Cubans recoup from the harm and ruin brought on by tropical storm Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 5. Storm Matthew left genuine harm at the eastern end of the island, with avalanches, toppling power posts and cutting goes dirt road romping by surges. (Alejandro Ernesto/EPA)

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Cubans recuperate from the harm and devastation brought on by storm Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, Oct. 5. (Alejandro ErnestoA/EPA)

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A man swims through an overwhelmed road while Hurricane Matthew goes, in Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 4. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

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A wave sprinkles on the shoreline at Siboney in front of the entry of Hurricane Matthew, Cuba, Oct. 4. (Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters)

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Civil assurance laborers requests that occupants clear their homes situated close to the Grise stream, in Tabarre, Haiti, Oct. 3. (Dieu Nalio Chery/Associated Press)

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People swim over an overwhelmed road while Hurricane Matthew goes through Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 4. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

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Women cover their heads with dish as they stroll in rain acquired by Hurricane Matthew Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 4. (Dieu Nalio Chery/Associated Press)

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Destroyed work areas are found in a school after Hurricane Matthew passes Jeremie, Haiti, Oct. 5. (Carlos Garcia/Reuters)

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Clouds cover the mountains of Petion Ville as rain falls in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, on Oct. 3. (Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images)

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A young lady looks as the powers touch base to empty individuals from her home in Tabarre, Haiti, Oct. 3. (Dieu Nalio Chery/Associated Press)

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A perspective of halfway demolished banana trees at a street side after the section of typhoon Matthew on the shoreline of Guantanamo territory, Cuba, Oct. 5. (Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters)

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People swim through floodwaters from storm Matthew in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Oct. 4. Three kids and a grown-up kicked the bucket because of the avalanches brought on by the solid downpours of the tropical storm that constrained the removal of 18,545 individuals around the nation, as indicated by the Center of Emergency Operations. (Richard Reed/EPA)

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Dean Legge (L), Steven Thigpen (R) and Graylan Coleman (C) help a relative evacuate furniture at a beachfront home along

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Leidimar Reyes (bottom), 7, plays in a shelter at the University of Guantanamo ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Matthew in Guantanamo, Cuba, Oct. 3. (Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters)

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A woman protects herself from rain with an umbrella ahead of Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, Oct. 3. (Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

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A man says goodbye to relatives as they get in a bus to be evacuated ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Matthew in Cecilia, Cuba, Oct. 3. (Alexandre Meneghini /Reuters)

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A woman holds her son as she looks at the news, at a shelter ahead of Hurricane Matthew in Guantanamo, Cuba, Oct. 3. (Ramon Espinosa/Associated Press)

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