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Hurricane Michael's death toll could rise as Florida searches intensify

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018
Hurricane Michael's death toll could rise as Florida searches intensifyRescuers used heavy equipment to clear debris in the Florida Panhandle towns hit hardest by Hurricane Michael, searching for survivors amid expectations the death toll of 12 from the powerful storm likely will climb.
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Forecasters downgraded Michael to a tropical storm overnight.

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