Haiti floods have left three dead and one person missing, official says – National Post

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Flooding in Haiti has left three people
dead and one person missing, the head of the country’s civil
protection authority told Reuters on Tuesday, following two days
of heavy rains that have swollen rivers and damaged homes.
(Reporting by Brian Ellsworth and Gessika Thomas)
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