Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm, hit Haiti on Tuesday, and it has already caused a massive amount of damage. No Category 4 storm has hit Haiti in over 50 years.
According to NPR, at least four people have been killed by Hurricane Matthew so far, with two of those deaths occurring in Haiti. Many areas received waters going up to their shoulders and flooding homes.
Matthew hit Haiti with sustained winds of 145 miles-per-hour, according to the USA Today. It’s expected to move towards Cuba late on Tuesday.
The New York Times reports that Nippes, at least 400 homes have already been destroyed.
Here are some of the most intense videos from social media showing the devastation of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.
#HurricaneMatthew pounds western #Haiti on Tuesday, packing winds of 145 mph as it made landfall. The "extremely dangerous" storm has already killed at least three people, caused cruise ships to change course and prompted officials to declare states of emergency. And officials have warned that the death toll could climb. (🎥 from Jean Gabriel Fortuné/ Twitter)