Port-au-Prince, Haiti – Haitian camps where hundreds of thousands of people live in tents were badly hit by Tropical Storm Isaac, but there were no casualties reported as of Saturday morning.
Rains and winds died down a little in Haiti as Isaac set its sights on Cuba.
Daylight revealed early signs of damage in the impoverished nation still recovering from a devastating earthquake more than two years ago.
At the Mega IV camp, where 8,000 Haitians live in makeshift shelters, hundreds of tents were damaged by fallen trees and flooding. Almost no one had evacuated the camp before the storm, and authorities were searching the camp tent-by-tent looking for victims.
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