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Alaska Storm Gets Its Closeup

by Mike Krumboltz
An incredibly powerful storm is slamming the coast of Alaska. Streets have flooded, roofs have been ripped away, and houses have lost power. The winds are of hurricane strength and the storm is being called the most powerful one to hit Alaska in four decades.
People caught in the storm have been capturing the chaos on video. One of the most compelling clips shows immense waves of water and mist battering the coast. Below, stuck under several feet of water is an excavator used in construction.

People have also been busy photographing the storm’s fury. Nome, Alaska, a small city

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