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Ahead of storm, U.S. planes, trains and trucks diverted, canceled

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Hundreds of flights have been canceled, Florida airports are being shuttered and train services suspended as Hurricane Matthew heads toward the U.S. southeastern coast, with passengers and goods likely to be stranded or delayed through Saturday.
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