Hurricane Hazel Haiti
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- Haiti and Hurricanes.p65
- --In 1935, an unnamed storm killed over 2000 Haitians. --In 1954, Hurricane Hazel killed over 1000 Haitians.
- The storm of October 15 1954 Hurricane Hazel October 15 - NOAA
- Haiti but in a very short time, the reports received from that area showed that she was ..
- Report of 108 Cases Treated with Androgen-Estrogen Combination
- was one of the worst-hit sections of Haiti when Hurricane "Hazel" invaded the island.
- Historic Areas of Flooding
- Feb 6, 2010 1935: Unnamed storm kills more than 2000 in Haiti before moving on to Florida as hurricane, where 400 die.
- HISTORICAL HURRICANES IN SOUTH CAROLINA
- Hurricane Hazel formed near the Windward Islands on October 5th with winds than 1000 with 95 in the United States, 100 in Canada, and nearly 1000 in Haiti.
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- Deadliest hurricanes to hit Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean
- 1926: Cuba, 650 dead. 1928: south-east Florida, 1836 dead. 1930: Dominican Republic, 8000 dead.
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- Hurricane Hazel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In the aftermath of Hazel, a three-day period of national mourning was declared in Haiti for hurricane victims.
- Hurricane Hazel 1954: One of the Worst Storms of the 20th Century
- Jun 6, 2008 On October 12 1954, Hurricane Hazel struck Haiti in the early morning. Winds were clocked at 120 knots (138.2 mph).
- Hurricane Hazel
- A slow turn to the north-northeast occurred from October 9-12, with Hazel crossing western Haiti as a hurricane on the 12th.
- 1954 : Hurricane Hazel Killed Hundreds In Haiti, The US And
- Aug 21, 2011 Reuters : 2011 Has Been A Busy Hurricane Season →. 1954 : Hurricane Hazel Killed Hundreds In Haiti, The US And Canada.
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