Death toll from Hurricane Matthew soars to more than 800 in Haiti

(HAITI) —  The damage from Hurricane Matthew, in Haiti, is devastating.

Buildings were wiped away as the category 4 storm slammed the Caribbean nation.

Mud from the storm surge has inundated neighborhoods.  350,000 are in need of immediate aid.

And the death toll is rising.  It has now climbed above 800 and many more are injured.

Medical supplies are running low and the risk of disease of cholera is growing.

At the U.S Mexico border, Haitians who lined up, are now more desperate to cross into the United States.

But authorities have ended the humanitarian parole after the earthquake, and plan to eventually deport many back to Haiti.

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