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300,000 Lose Power In Florida As Hurricane Matthew Brushes The US Coast

Following what was likely the largest evacuation in Florida’s history, winds from Hurricane Matthew reaching 113km per hour slammed the state yesterday afternoon Australia time, leaving about 300,000 without electricity. Having claimed over 300 lives in Haiti alone, Matthew is already the deadliest storm system to hit the region in almost a decade. More »      
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