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650 Killed, Thousands Injured In Cuba, Hurricane Loss Approaches $100,000,000
Frantic Appeals For Aid Ten or More Towns and Villages Wiped Out by Hurricane--6,500 Homeless in Provinces 18 Americans Are Among Those Hurt Fear Shipping in Bahamas Suffers -- $5,000,000 Worth Wrecked in Havana--Florida Escapes Maine Memorial At Havana Harbor Blown Down By Latest Hurricane
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Oct 22, 1926
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Havana, Oct. 22.--(Associated Press.)--Reports of more than 650 persons killed in Wednesday's hurricane, an unknown number of injured and 6,500 homeless were mingled with frantic appeals for aid early this morning.

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