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September 2, 2016 10:53 am

Hurricane Hermine Floods Streets, Shuts Down Power for 200,000 Locals in Florida

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House damage caused by Hurricane Hermine. Photo: Twitter.

Damage to a house hit by Hurricane Hermine. Photo: Twitter.

Hurricane Hermine made landfall on Florida’s northwest coast early Friday, flooding streets, toppling trees and knocking down power lines.

The Category 1 hurricane roared ashore from the Gulf of Mexico near St. Marks, which is south of Tallahassee, with sustained winds of 80 mph at around 1:30 a.m. ET.

Read full story at NBC News.

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