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Hurricane Matthew hits Florida and heads north in US

Storm leaves at least one million residents in US state of Florida without power, as storm surge threatens east coast.
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Hurricane Matthew was headed toward eastern Florida on Thursday evening, packing maximum sustained winds near 140 mph and expected to trigger a dangerous storm surge before heading north toward the coasts of Georgia and South Caroli...

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Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

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Hurricane Matthew Closes In On Florida After Killing Hundreds In Caribbean

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Hurricane Matthew is expected to be a category 4 or 5 storm when it hits the Florida coast Thursday night. Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged 1.5 million people to evacuate, and more than 12 million people on the east coast are under a h...

Hurricane Matthew Caused Millions of Customers to Go Without Power

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

Hurricane Matthew resulted in temporary electricity outages for millions of customers along the southern Atlantic Coast. Matthew was a Category 3 hurricane when it hit the east coast of Florida, just north of the St. Lucie Nuclear P...

Caught On Tape: Massive Storm Surge From Hurricane Matthew Leaves Millions Without Power

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Hurricane Matthew has remained offshore, for the most part, as it has advanced up the eastern coast of Florida preventing a "worst-case" scenario in terms of damage. While the storm surge has been significant, only 1 person has died...

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