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As Hurricane Matthew approaches South Carolina, many residents are staying put

Walking through Charleston on Wednesday morning, you could barely tell that Hurricane Matthew was approaching. As waves lapped against the Battery, a fortified seawall and promenade in the historic part of town, tourists strolled along drinking cappuccinos and snapping photos of workers boarding...
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