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Top story: Two dead in the fiercest US storm since 1992
Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday with gusts of up to 155 mph, the most powerful storm in the region's history and the strongest to strike the US since Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Two people died in Florida as Michael, since downgraded to a tropical storm, moved inland towards Georgia and the Carolinas, parts of which are still recovering from September's Hurricane Florence.
– Storm hits . Hurricane Michael made landfall at about 1.30 pm on Wednesday simply north of Mexico Beach, Florida, a small coastal town 25 miles east of Panama City.
– Worth the risk ? Weather reporters pride themselves on encompassing major blizzards, sometimes endangering their own lives to get the story. Is it worth the risk?
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