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How to help Hurricane Matthew victims in US, Caribbean after destructive storm affects millions

By Chaffin Mitchell for AccuWeather.com Following Hurricane Matthew's wrath, millions will be displaced and in need throughout the Caribbean and United States. It is important to respond quickly, however, good judgment on how to respond could make the difference between helping or hurting. Images of Hurricane Matthew's destruction Resist the urge to go to the disaster site It is dangerous to go to the affected area as the storm rages on.
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