Millions Flee as Hurricane Matthew Reaches Florida

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  • Death toll expected to rise in Haiti after 283 reported killed
  • Storm could be among the top 10 costliest in U.S. history

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Millions of people in the U.S. southeast were ordered to flee as Hurricane Matthew, set to become the strongest storm to hit the country since 2005, headed toward Florida’s East Coast after leaving hundreds dead in Haiti.

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