30, battered several countries as it rampaged through the Caribbean and the U.
It made landfall along the coast of southwestern Haiti, extreme eastern Cuba, western Grand Bahama Island and central South Carolina.Matthew was responsible for 585 deaths, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Stan in 2005, NOAA reported.Connectors Cable Technology Lumberg Circular Contact Electronic Tools Duisburg Labelling Connecting Pplichhuisen Partner Shrinkable Products Hellermanntyton Fixing Mail [email protected] Contact Drehteile Parts Przisionsdrehteile Fassondrehteile Automatendrehteile Fertigt Automatic Mller Automatendrehteileturned Mller Przisionsdrehteile Przisionfassondrehteilevon Einbaufertige Boote Gebrauchtboote Boote Yachten Bayliner Galeon Gebrauchtboote Sealine Sea Ray Fairline Gebrauchtboote Motorboote Segelboote Schlauchboote Marine Motoren Aussenborder Bootsmotor Yacht charterchartern Hausbootcharter...There will never again be a Hurricane Matthew or a Hurricane Otto.Lailoni Kent, 8, of Lake Worth, screams when the pull of the wave was stronger than she thought while playing on the beach and getting photos with her family on Lantana Beach while Hurricane Matthew created big waves in Lantana, Fla.
Austin Dukes, who has lived in Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
This year's Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1 — with the name Arlene. Abandoned cars sit in flood waters on Atlantic Avenue near Crabtree Creek in Raleigh, N.
Chuck Cook waits with fellow motorists for the road to open to return to his home on St. C., as he sits at a road block set up for traffic heading toward the coast in the wake of Hurricane Matthew near Green Pond, S. C., after Hurricane Matthew caused downed trees and flooding Oct. Hurricane Matthew's torrential rains triggered severe flooding in North Carolina on Sunday as the deteriorating storm made its exit to the sea, and thousands of people had to be rescued from their homes and cars.
Richard Neal is the owner of Frying Pan Tower, a platform that is about 100 or so feet above the ocean, only reachable by helicopter or boat.
The home of Charlie and Janice Long in Rockledge, Fla.
on and off for 25 years, looks out from his front porch where he is one of the few residents who has decided to stay for now, watching the weather to see if it gets bad enough to warrant evacuating ahead of Hurricane Mathew.