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Deadly Category 4 Hurricane Matthew Ravages Caribbean, Heads Towards U.S. East Coast

Hurricane Matthew continued to churn its way through the Caribbean Tuesday night bringing destructive 145-mile-per-hour winds and as much as 40 inches of rain with it. The Category 4 hurricane made landfall in Haiti and swept across Cuba late Tuesday. The storm has already claimed as many as seven lives, including four in the Dominican Republic, but that number is sure to rise.
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