Hurricane Matthew has wreaked havoc across the Caribbean and southeastern U.S.
Here’s a recap of Hurricane Matthew’s gruesome aftermath:
By the time Hurricane Matthew hit the eastern Caribbean, it had become a Category 5 hurricane, with winds up to 160 miles per hour. It made landfall in Haiti and eastern Cuba on Oct. 4 as a Category 4 hurricane, then struck the Bahamas for the next two days as a Category 3 and 4, according to Weather.com.
Haiti was by far hit the hardest, leaving the death toll at 1,000 people as of Sunday, Oct. 9, according to Reuters. In one coastal village, at least 300 victims are still isolated and inaccessible for medical treatment. The UN humanitarian agency in Geneva has made an…