- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler in Florida
NASA pictures have captured the devastating power of Hurricane Matthew as the deadly winds continued to wreak damage along the US east coast after claiming more than 800 lives in Haiti.
While a host of American states brace themselves for impact, active dangers remain from the trail of devastation across the Caribbean nation.
With water supplies depleted there has emerged the fresh fear of a cholera epidemic among tens of thousands left homeless.
Matthew - which was a category 5 storm when it hit Haiti last week killing nearly 900 people - made landfall in the States on Friday.
As Hurricane Matthew approaches Florida, its 140-mile-an-hour winds have already left behind a trail of destruction in Haiti.
Residents told to fully prepare for the arrival of the hurricane with warnings its impact could be "devastating".