Driving to Port-au-Prince airport, not a single car on the road after gas price hike protests

It's not everyday you get to drive to Port-au-Prince International Airport and find out there's absolutely NO cars on the road. That's what we saw in a short video being shared on social media one day after a mayor street protest that paralyzed Port-au-Prince,

PHOTO: Haiti - Empty streets, no cars on the road
PHOTO: Haiti - Empty streets, no cars on the road

Haitian Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles shared the video with the caption: This is what it's like driving to the PAP airport today as some flights resumed service.

See the video .

Some airline companies resume flights to Haiti after gas price hike protests

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