How bad is Hurricane Sandy? A distressing photo from Haiti

Haitians travel a flooded street in Port-au-Prince in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. (Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images)

Hurricane Sandy, currently approaching the U.S. East Coast, tore through the Caribbean this week. It killed 11 in Cuba, making it the deadliest storm there since 2005. Above is a photo showing some of its impact in Haiti, where it killed 16. Officials there have evacuated more than 1,000 people from the internal displacement camps that have held thousands of Haitians since the 2010 earthquake. 

You can see more photos from the storm's damage in the Caribbean here.

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