Over 900 people have been confirmed dead in Haiti resulting from the category 3 Hurricane which hit the country early Tuesday.
Officials say that the Caribbean wind wrecked about 90 per cent damage on all the cities that it affected, the BBC reports.
Some of the hardest-hit towns are yet to be reached by land, and there are fears that more bodies will be found.
Parts of Haiti’s south had faced “complete destruction”, aid workers told the BBC.
Matthew had already battered US state of Florida cutting electricity to over 500,000 residents and is now heading towards South and North Carolina.
The US National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said that the Hurricane had downgraded it to a Category 1with maximum sustained winds having decreased to 85mph (140km/h).
Rescue efforts are under way in Haiti to assess the destruction left in the wake of the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade.
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