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    "Erma" leaves more dead on his way to Florida

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    Post by rocky Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:25 am

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    "Erma" leaves more dead on his way to Florida Erma





    Hurricane Hurricane Erma struck the islands of Turks and Caicos early Friday as the storm continued its raging across the Caribbean, killing at least 11 people as it approached Florida.
    Six-meter-high waves are expected to hit the Turks and Caicos Islands. Communications were interrupted as the storm hit the two islands, and it was not clear how much damage it had caused.
    The cyclone has fallen to the fourth grade, but remains a threat.
    The hurricane was first issued to parts of Florida as the state prepares for what could be a catastrophic blow over the weekend.
    In the aftermath of Erma there was Hurricane Jose, where some of the islands struck by Erma were expected to be on track.
    French, British and Dutch military authorities rushed to help the devastated Caribbean islands, where at least 11 people were killed and thousands homeless.
    Warships, planes loaded with food, water and soldiers were sent after hurricanes destroyed homes, schools and roads, and dumped some of the world's most beautiful tourist destinations.




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