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Residents in Hurricane Matthew's path must leave or seek higher ground

As of 11 AM EDT, Hurricane Matthew is a deadly Category 4 storm bearing down on Florida’s east coast and may intensify more. If Matthew continues on the latest track and forecast, it will buzz the entire coastline from Miami up thru Jacksonville, Savannah, and Charlotte as a strong Category 4 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale. At this time, the most vulnerable region is centered on Kennedy Space Center.
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