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In Haiti, at least 300 were killed, and four U.S. deaths, all in Florida, are attributed to Hurricane Matthew. On Saturday, Matthew raked the Georgia and South Carolina coasts with torrential rain and stiff winds. But just as it did during its long trek up the Florida shoreline, its center, or eye, mercifully stayed just [...]
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