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THIS SEEMS WISE: Thousands of Americans Head Inland to Escape Hurricane Matthew. “In Florida, ther…

THIS SEEMS WISE: Thousands of Americans Head Inland to Escape Hurricane Matthew. “In Florida, there were empty shelves and long gas station lines as residents of coastal communities stocked up on supplies and fuel and prepared to make their own exodus.”
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