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The storm caused an estimated $10 billion in damage and was the deadliest hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. Matthew directly caused the deaths of 585 people, 500 of them in Haiti and four in South Carolina.
"Matthew was responsible for 585 direct deaths, with more than 500 deaths occurring in Haiti, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. Matthew reached category 5 intensity at the lowest latitude ever recorded in the ...
The storm was responsible for more than 500 deaths in Haiti, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. After moving through Haiti, the storm moved northeast across the eastern end of Cuba and into the Atlantic Ocean ...
"Matthew was responsible for 585 direct deaths, with more than 500 deaths occurring in Haiti, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005," the report said. The center estimates Hurricane Stan killed killed as many as 2,000 ...
The National Hurricane Center released its final analysis of monster storm hurricane Matthew on Tuesday, marking it as "extraordinary" for its unexpected strength, and deadly for killing the most people since 2005's Hurricane Stan. >> Read more ...
FILE - In this Jan. 5, 2015, file photo, Eric Frein is led away by Pennsylvania state police Troopers at the Pike County Courthouse after his preliminary hearing in Milford, Pa.
Matthew was responsible for 585 direct deaths in all, with more than 500 deaths occurring in Haiti, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. It became a category 5 storm on the Saffir-Simpson scale on the night of Sept ...
30, 2016 killed 585 and was the most deadly Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. More than 500 of those deaths were in Haiti.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The World Meteorological Organization have retired the storm names Matthew and Otto from the Atlantic list due to their destructiveness in the Caribbean in 2016, according to a press release from the National Oceanic and ...
Similar relocations took place in Guatemala after Hurricane Stan, in 2005. In the United States between 1993 and 2011, the federal government purchased more than thirty-six thousand high-risk properties from willing sellers through the Hazard ...
Matthew was the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. With the start of the 2017 Hurricane Season just over two months away, we get our first look at what the season may be like on April 6. Just 10 days until I share with you the ...
More than 1,600 deaths can be blamed on Matthew, including 45 in the U.S., making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005. A police officer walks past the remnants of a home leveled by hurricane Matthew after it hit the tiny ...
It proved to be the deadliest storm since Hurricane Stan in 2005. Matthew weakened slightly while making a northward turn toward the Greater Antilles, remaining a strong category 4 hurricane as it made its first landfall over Haiti's Tiburon Peninsula ...
... including parts of Haiti, Cuba and the Southeastern U.S. Over 1,600 estimated deaths have been attributed to the storm, including up to 1,600 in Haiti and 49 in the United States, making it the deadliest Atlantic Hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005.
It was the deadliest hurricane in the Atlantic to impact Mexico since Hurricane Stan in 2005. Tropical Storm Fiona stayed over the open waters of the Atlantic.
... relief to Guatemalans - not when death squads targeted indigenous people in a nearly 40-year civil war resulting in a quarter million dead and disappeared; not when Hurricane Stan in 2005 decimated the livelihoods of those just getting back on ...
Mexico City (AP) - The Mexican government says it is taking control of a battered rail line long used by Central American migrants heading north toward the United States.
The rail lines near the Guatemala border were damaged by Hurricane Stan in 2005. In addition, many stretches of the line are antiquated and in poor condition.
Eight retired Orillia high-school teachers travelled to Panajachel, Guatemala, in January 2006, months after Hurricane Stan devastated many parts of the country. Their plan was to help out wherever needed and they spent their time assisting with ...


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