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US coast evacuated as historic hurricane bears down

Florida is facing the most dangerous storm in its history as Hurricane Matthew barrels in from the Atlantic threatening coastal cities with surging tides, torrential rain and 130 mile-an-hour winds. After cutting a deadly swath across the Caribbean and leaving at least 264 dead in Haiti, the Category Four storm was to hit the southeastern United States early Friday. Over the course of the day it will scour its way up a 600-mile strip of coast from Boca Raton in Florida to just north of Charleston, South Carolina, driving seawater and heavy rain inland.
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