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rhondathompson, rhondathompson@nationnews.com

Added 01 September 2010

boatinearl

Turks and Caicos residents hunkered down in their homes yesterday as powerful Hurricane Earl howled over open seas toward the east coast of the United States. The Category 4 hurricane, with winds of 135 mph, was expected to reach the North Carolina coastal region by late tomorrow or early Friday. Here, a boat being battered by waves in Sopers Hole during the passing of Earl near Tortola, British Virgin Islands, on Monday. (AP)

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