More than 330 people believed dead in Haiti after Matthew

The highest number of deaths appears to be in southwestern Haiti.

The highest number of deaths appears to be in southwestern Haiti.

The highest number of deaths appears to be in southwestern Haiti. (10/7/16)

HAITI - More than 330 people are believed dead in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew slammed into the country. 

Entire coastal communities have been devastated by the massive storm. 

Bodies are now being found as the floodwaters slowly recede. 

The highest number of deaths appears to be in southwestern Haiti. 

This morning, there is little food left for survivors and even the livestock have been washed away. 

The U.S. military is expected to help deliver food and water to hard hit areas by helicopter over the next few days. 

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