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The week in CT news: Hurricane Fiona, Alex Jones testifies, Aaron Judge chases 61

Hurricane Fiona Hits Puerto Rico, Knocking Out Power Across The Island
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Residents take refuge at the Carlos Colón Burgos Public High School after Hurricane Fiona hit the island on September 19, 2022 in Salinas, Puerto Rico. Hurricane Fiona struck this Caribbean nation causing extensive damages including widespread power outages after many towns in the mountainous and southern region received over twenty inches of rain.

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