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Hurricane health: The hidden dangers after the storm is gone

The dangers of Hurricane Matthew aren't over just because it is spinning out to sea as a tropical storm. Surviving 40-mph winds and floodwaters is one thing, but the cleanup process afterward can hold just as many dangers. Doctors caution that the days following a hurricane are when most people are at risk of injuries, sickness and even death. For 64-year-old Daytona Beach, Fla.
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