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Florida residents batten down hatches ahead of Matthew's wrath

COCOA VILLAGE, Fla. (Reuters) - Mike Ryan packed his wife, daughter, three grandchildren, two dogs and three cats into a minivan and waved as they drove off on Thursday, leaving him behind to spend the night in his coastal Florida p...
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