Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Hanna pounds Haiti

Hanna pounds Haiti
September 03, 2008 05:35 EDT

SAINT-MARC, Haiti (AP) -- Hurricane Hanna could be affecting the U.S. within days -- and it's proving to be a killer.

At least 21 people are dead in Haiti, where families scrambled onto rooftops to stay above floodwaters triggered by torrents of rain.

Rescue workers have had a difficult time getting to victims.

Hanna's meandering off the country's northern coast, with 60 mile-per-hour winds.

A U.N. official says "the situation is as bad as it can be" in Haiti. It's been pummeled by three storms in two weeks and more than 100 people have died.

At least one death from Hanna has been confirmed in Puerto Rico.

Hanna could regain hurricane strength and turn toward the east coast of Florida, Georgia or South Carolina in the next few days.

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