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  • Worker boards up windows at a building during the approach of Hurricane Earl in Buxton on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

    Worker boards up windows at a building during the approach of Hurricane Earl in Buxton on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina

    Hotel engineer Dennis Spake boards up windows at a building during the approach of Hurricane Earl in Buxton on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

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  • Surfers take advantage of rising swells during the approach of Hurricane Earl near Rodanthe on Cape Hatteras

    Surfers take advantage of rising swells during the approach of Hurricane Earl near Rodanthe on Cape Hatteras

    Surfers take advantage of rising swells during the approach of Hurricane Earl near Rodanthe on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina September 1, 2010. North Carolina's Dare County ordered the mandatory evacuation of all visitors from Hatteras Island, a popular picturesque vacation spot that draws large numbers of tourists each year. Officials said high waves striking the island could wash over the costal highway, impeding safe travel. REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

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  • CERCA 200.000 PERSONAS SIN LUZ Y CARRETERAS CORTADAS A CONSECUENCIA DE "EARL"

    CERCA 200.000 PERSONAS SIN LUZ Y CARRETERAS CORTADAS A CONSECUENCIA DE "EARL"

    MIA13. SAN JUAN (PUERTO RICO), 31/08/2010.- Fotografía de un árbol caído en San Juan, Puerto Rico, hoy, martes 31 de agosto de 2010, tras el paso del huracán "Earl". Cerca de 200.000 personas que permanecen sin suministro eléctrico y un número indeterminado de carreteras cortadas son la principal consecuencia del paso del huracán "Earl" durante la madrugada, a unos 150 kilómetros de la isla. EFE/Thais Llorca

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