Local dentist familiar with Haiti talks about hurricane’s possible impact

A woman protects herself from the rain with a piece of plastic prior the arrival of Hurricane Matthew, in Tabarre, Haiti, Monday, Oct. 3, 2016. The center of Hurricane Matthew is expected to pass near or over southwestern Haiti on Tuesday, but the area is already experiencing rain from the outer bands of the storm. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A local dentist who has worked in Haiti several times in the recent years joined News 2 This Morning to talk about Hurricane Matthew’s potential impact on the struggling island nation.

Doctor David Snodgrass has done humanitarian work in Haiti since the earthquake struck the country in 2010.

He’s set up clinics in the country and helped an orphanage there bounce back from the devastation.

Dr. Snodgrass is asking everyone to pay attention to the hurricane and be ready to help the island when the time comes. Watch his full interview with News 2 This Morning in the video above this story.