LES CAYES, Haiti -- Residents awoke Friday morning with Hurricane Tomas knocking hard at their doors but, aside from a few flooded homes, an initial survey found no major damage in this low-lying city of 40,000 on the southwestern coast.
"We were lucky," said Esteban Sacco, a team leader with the United Nations' Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
But Tomas was nowhere done with Haiti yet. Rain, much of it heavy, was falling across the country, raising the risk of deadly floods with each inch of rain and every passing hour.
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