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Hurricane Matthew leaves trail of destruction on path to Florida – video

Hurricane Matthew is seen in Nasa footage from the International Space Station as it approaches Florida. Footage shows some of the devastation in Haiti, where at least 330 people died when the storm hit on Tuesday. Cuba and the Bahamas also suffered damage to homes and infrastructure Hurricane Matthew: ‘monster’ storm hits Florida after hundreds killed in Haiti – live Continue reading.
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