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Help Puerto Rico and other islands as Hurricane Maria pummels the Caribbean

Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico Wednesday morning, destroying homes as rain, powerful winds, and floods devastated the island.  SEE ALSO: Hurricane Maria rocks Puerto Rico as island’s strongest storm in modern history The storm is moving northwest tonight, but Puerto Rico has been badly battered. The mayor of San Juan, the country’s capital,...CONTINUE READING
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Before and after photos show Hurricane Irma’s devastation in the Caribbean

Hurricane Irma caused billions in damage in Florida, destroying large parts of the Keys and knocking out power to at least 60 percent of the state. The destruction in the U.S., however, pales in comparison to the toll that Irma exacted in the northern Leeward Islands and parts of the Caribbean.  As a Category 5...CONTINUE READING
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Here’s how you can help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts

As record-breaking Hurricane Irma swept north — as a reclassified tropical storm — to Tampa Bay and even parts of Georgia and South Carolina Monday, the residents of Cuba, the Caribbean, the Florida Keys and southern Florida started to assess the damage.  Millions have been left without power in Florida, buildings have splintered into piles...CONTINUE READING
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Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storm to slam the Atlantic Ocean. Here’s what you need to know.

When its maximum sustained winds hit 185 mph on Tuesday, Sept. 5, Hurricane Irma became one of Atlantic Ocean’s most intense storms on record.  The storm appears to be destined to target the U.S., with Florida at particular risk of seeing landfall over the weekend, but not before the storm wreaks havoc from the Lesser...CONTINUE READING
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Jaw-dropping satellite images show historic Hurricane Irma swallowing Caribbean islands

Historic Hurricane Irma has rewritten storm history in the Atlantic Ocean, setting records for its windspeed and its long-lasting Category 5 status.  As the storm continues to travel through the Atlantic, the first to feel the storm’s wrath have been tiny Caribbean islands and the northern Leeward Islands. Many of these locations experienced catastrophic damage....CONTINUE READING
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