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Matthew Aftermath

It looks like Matthew was bad, but not as bad as it could have been. Still lots of destruction to go around. Looking for news about the Bahamas in the US press is kind of useless, but you can go to Bahamian sites to see what the impact of the storm was like. Here’s Tribune […]
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