Evacuees Fill Florida Shelters In Florida, evacuees seeking to escape the path of Hurricane Frances fill shelters as the state's evacuation preparations continue. The storm, downgraded to a Category 2, is expected to make landfall on Florida's coast Saturday morning. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.
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Hurricane Evacuees Fill Florida Shelters

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In Florida, evacuees seeking to escape the path of Hurricane Frances fill shelters as the state's evacuation preparations continue. The storm, downgraded to a Category 2, is expected to make landfall on Florida's coast Saturday morning. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.

The pace of Hurricane Frances has slowed as it approaches the mainland. This satellite photo was taken Friday at 4:15 p.m., EDT. NOAA hide caption

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The pace of Hurricane Frances has slowed as it approaches the mainland. This satellite photo was taken Friday at 4:15 p.m., EDT. NOAA hide caption

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