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Tropical Storm Michael heads toward Carolinas, carving path of destruction

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Tropical Storm Michael heads toward Carolinas, carving path of destructionThe third-most robust hurricane ever to strike the U.S. mainland headed northeast to soak Georgia and the Carolinas on Thursday, leaving the Florida Panhandle to evaluate the devastation left by means of Storm Michael. A person was once killed when a tree toppled onto his area in Florida and a woman died when particles fell into a house in Georgia, native media …
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What is now Tropical Storm Michael is leaving a path of devastating destruction as it slams the Southeast. At its peak, the monster Category 4 hurricane slammed into the Florida panhandle with 155 mile per hour winds, making it the strongest storm to hit the continental U.S. in more than a decade....

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