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Storm turns deadly

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Hamilton, Bermuda

Four people were presumed dead this week after Hurricane Fabian crashed through Bermuda. The storm battered the British territory, 750 miles east of Cape Hatteras, N.C., with 120 mph winds, destroying homes and leaving thousands without power for days. “We have experienced a considerable beating,” said John Burchall, a government spokesman. The casualties included two police officers and two civilians, lost when their cars were swept off a causeway and into churning waters. Dozens of the islands’ 62,000 people remained in shelters days after the hurricane had drifted northeast into the open Atlantic Ocean.

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