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After Fiona: Hurricane leaves unprecedented path of destruction

Trees were downed, power lines were snapped in half, roofs were ripped off buildings and homes were washed away after Hurricane Fiona made landfall in Puerto Rico. Large swaths of the island — and Canada — remain without power.

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After Fiona: Hurricane leaves unprecedented path of destruction
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