Haiti Air Ambulance: Responding to a 'nightmare'
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Haiti Air Ambulance: Responding to a 'nightmare'

On 4 October 2016, Haiti was hit by the worst Caribbean storm in a decade. Hurricane Matthew devastated homes and crops and more than 900 people are believed to have been killed.

We flew with the Haiti Air Ambulance back to one hospital at the heart of the emergency response, and heard how medical staff coped with what they described as a "nightmare".

Hear more on Outlook from BBC World Service.

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