Tropical Storm Isaac has left Haiti, but a path of destroyed tents, flooded streets, and the deadly threat of cholera remains.
Isaac hit the country early Saturday, bringing intense rain and wind. Temporary tent cities still set up after the 2010 earthquake were no match for the storm's 60 mph winds.
CBN's Operation Blessing International has made water deliveries to camps in Port-au-Prince, hoping to tame the possibility of another cholera outbreak.
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One camp had about 4,000 residents and was in serious need of deliveries.
"The local municipal water supply isn't working and even if it was, the water isn't safe, especially after a storm like Isaac," David Darg, Operation Blessing's vice president of international operations, said in an email Saturday.
"By distributing treated water and educating communities, we hope to prevent more deaths from cholera," he added.
Thousands of people died after cholera spread following Haiti's devastating earthquake. Water contamination continues to be a concern.
Click play to watch video from Operation Blessing International of the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaac.