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Charley Slams Florida, Heads to Carolinas
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Charley Slams Florida, Heads to Carolinas

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Charley Slams Florida, Heads to Carolinas

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An employee picks through rubble of a Florida auto parts store destroyed by Hurricane Charley.

An employee picks through the rubble of a Florida auto parts store destroyed by Hurricane Charley. Reuters hide caption

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Hundreds of people are missing and thousands are homeless in the wake of Hurricane Charley. The powerful Category 4 storm hit land Friday near Fort Myers in Southwest Florida. The storm has headed north into the Carolinas. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and reporter Pat Duggins in Orlando, Fla.

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