Thousands in Haiti faced are facing water shortages after days of protest virtually halted distribution, witnesses said.
An approaching storm was causing more worry in the Caribbean country on Saturday.
Many residents of Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince have been forced to shelter at home this week as gunfire broke out and burning tires blocked streets during protests over fuel price hikes and crime.
Fears about the approach of tropical storm Fiona also fueled the rush to get water.
Forecasters said the storm’s heaviest rains were more likely to hit the Dominican Republic on the east of Hispaniola island.
Al Jazeera’s Leah Harding reports.
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