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Hurricane Florence forces evacuation: News Review

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Hurricane Florence is heading for the US' East Coast.The governor of South Carolina has ordered the evacuation of its entire coastline. Meanwhile North Carolina and Virginia have declared states of emergency. Florence is now a category four storm with 130mph (195km/h) winds. It may be the strongest storm to hit in decades.
The story
A large-scale evacuation is underway in the United States as the East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence in what may be the strongest storm to hit the region in decades.
South Carolina's governor ordered the evacuation of its entire coastline, involving over a million people, while North Carolina and Virginia have declared states of emergency.
It's expected to make landfall by Thursday.
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