On social media today, there are images of people carrying children through waist-deep flooding in Haiti, or combing through wreckage from their homes. There are also appeals for donations to help the country.
In Florida, residents have been sharing images of their storm preparations and now storm damage, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been tweeting out warnings and information to residents in Spanish and English.
Matthew is expected to produce 8-12 in of rain and even 15 inches in some areas. This may result in flooding and flash flooding. Stay inside
— Rick Scott (@FLGovScott) October 7, 2016
Al Jazeera English’s Femi Oke joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to look at the storm news as it’s filtering through social media.