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Two Hurricanes Strike Same Day for First Time

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Two Hurricanes Strike Same Day for First Time

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Two Hurricanes Strike Same Day for First Time

Two Hurricanes Strike Same Day for First Time

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Two hurricanes made landfall on the same day, one moving over the Atlantic and the other over the Pacific. Henriette hit Baja California while Felix smashed into the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua. Patricia Ahern, a humanitarian aid worker for CARE in the in the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa, speaks with Renee Montagne.

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