Jan. 12, 2010: Earthquake strikes Haiti
A magnitude-7.0 quake struck the nation, leaving extensive damage.
The storm destroyed up to 90 percent of the homes in southwest Haiti, as well as crops and hospitals.
ABC News' Linsey Davis reports from Haiti where Matthew's damage is still being assessed because of disrupted communications and impassable roadways.
The Category 4 storm lashed Haiti with 145-mph winds, a storm surge of up to 10 feet and torrential rain that is forecast to reach up to 40 inches in some spots.
Good morning, everyone. We'll take a look at the eye of hurricane Matthew. The storm bearing down on Haiti, the strongest to hit the region in decades and it is expected to be absolutely devastating. That tiny country hit so hard in so many ways. Let's take a look at the massive hurricane from
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