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Injury Risks in Florida Rise after Hurricane

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Injury Risks in Florida Rise after Hurricane

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Injury Risks in Florida Rise after Hurricane

Injury Risks in Florida Rise after Hurricane

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As officials and rescue teams in central Florida assess damage from the area's third hurricane of the season, they report a rise in injuries and accidents. Statistically, more dangers emerge in the days after a hurricane has struck, according to relief workers. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.

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