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A tap tap (public transportation) crosses the water left by the rain after hurricane Matthew, in Port-au-Prince, on October 4, 2016.

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in southwestern Haiti early Tuesday, crashing ashore as a powerful Category Four storm, US weather forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center said Matthew made landfall as an "extremely dangerous" storm near the village of Les Anglais at around 7 am (1100 GMT) with maximum sustained winds of around 145 miles (230 kilometers) per hour.
 / AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL        (Photo credit should read HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images)
A tap tap (public transportation) crosses the water left by the rain after hurricane Matthew, in Port-au-Prince, on October 4, 2016.

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in southwestern Haiti early Tuesday, crashing ashore as a powerful Category Four storm, US weather forecasters said. The National Hurricane Center said Matthew made landfall as an "extremely dangerous" storm near the village of Les Anglais at around 7 am (1100 GMT) with maximum sustained winds of around 145 miles (230 kilometers) per hour.
 / AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL        (Photo credit should read HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images)

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Robertson Volquez de Defensa Civil en República Dominicana dice que hay lluvias en la parte de la frontera con Haití y por prevención se evacuaron 24 familias que viven cerca a un río. Hasta el momento no se reportan daños, ni inundaciones.

Matthew toca tierra en Haití

Robertson Volquez de Defensa Civil en República Dominicana dice que hay lluvias en la parte de la frontera con Haití y por prevención se evacuaron 24 familias que viven cerca a un río. Hasta el momento no se reportan daños, ni inundaciones.