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Hurricane Ike Pounds Texas

Hurricane Ike pulverized the Gulf Coast with maximum winds of about 100 mph and left a wide swath of flooding and devastation in its wake.

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Storm Evacuees Are Told to Stay Away
Article | GALVESTON, Tex., Sept. 15 -- Rescuers reached devastated corners of the Texas Gulf Coast by helicopter Monday, searching for stranded survivors and assessing the wreckage left by Hurricane Ike, while millions of people as far away as Ohio coped with the remnants of the storm.
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Along Texas Coast, 'Monumental' Damage
Article | HOUSTON, Sept. 14 -- The devastated Texas Gulf Coast began Sunday to assess the scope of the impact of Hurricane Ike, finding that the massive storm washed away homes and knocked out power to millions, but did not cause the catastrophic loss of life that federal and state authorities had feared.
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Ike Roars Through Gulf Coast
Article | HOUSTON, Sept. 13 -- Texas and Louisiana on Saturday began a massive recovery effort, including searching for the stranded and missing, after Hurricane Ike, a colossal storm stretching about 600 miles, pulverized the Gulf Coast. Winds reached about 100 mph as the storm flattened houses, ripped the...

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