Cleanup in Cuban town after Hurricane Matthew

Cuban police and soldiers have organized people in the storm-blasted town of Baracoa into informal recovery brigades that have begun clearing streets and hauling away debris the morning after Hurricane Matthew drove across the island.

The hurricane destroyed dozens of homes in Cuba's easternmost city, most of them close to the water's edge. One street three blocks from the water's edge is blocked by a shipping container hurled there by a massive wave.