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Hurricane Jeanne Kills Six, Millions Without Power

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Hurricane Jeanne Kills Six, Millions Without Power

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Hurricane Jeanne Kills Six, Millions Without Power

Hurricane Jeanne Kills Six, Millions Without Power

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Highway U.S. 1 is washed out along the Indian River in Brevard Country, Fla.

Highway U.S. 1 is washed out along the Indian River in Brevard Country, Fla. Reuters hide caption

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Hurricane Jeanne sweeps through much of central Florida, killing six people and leaving millions without power. President Bush has declared the state major disaster area. FEMA is now coping with the largest relief effort in its history. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks.

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