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Hurricane Maria intensifies into catastrophic category five storm and bears down on the British Virgin Islands

Cornish Guardian Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Hurricane Maria intensifies into catastrophic category five storm and bears down on the British Virgin IslandsThe hurricane is heading for islands already devastated by Irma in recent weeks.
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News video: Hurricane Maria currently a Category 5 storm

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Hurricane Maria has weakened to a Category 5 Hurricane but still incredibly dangerous. Hurricane Maria tracks towards Puerto Rico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and the Leeward Islands with estimated maximum sustained winds of 160 mph. The National Hurricane Center has called it a "potentially...

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