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  1. Hurricane Frances

  2. Projected Path September 2, 2004 5:00 PM

  3. 86% of Florida Population will be affected Florida Tells 2.5 Million Residents To Flee Hurricane

  4. Governor issues order for all costal communities to evacuate

  5. Friday September 3, 2004 towns closed: waiting, streets empty. Frances stalls in Bahamas.

  6. Friday September 3, 2004 Bahamas Atlantis Hotel Bahamian International Airport

  7. Saturday September 4, 2004 Frances arrives in Florida Fort Pierce Cocoa Beach Orlando Brevard County Malabar

  8. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Ft. Pierce

  9. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Jensen Beach

  10. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Vero Beach

  11. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Hutchinson Island

  12. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Palm Beach County

  13. September 5, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Stuart

  14. September 6, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Brevard County, east of Orlando

  15. September 6, 2004 First views of East and Central Florida Damage Orange County, Orlando

  16. September 6, 2004 First views of North West Central Florida Damage Lake County North West of Orlando

  17. September 6, 2004 First views of Tampa, St Petersburg area

  18. September 6, 2004 Francis Leaves Florida’s West Coast

  19. 60 of 67 Counties of Florida directly affected by Hurricane Frances. Estimated 80-90 % of Citrus Industry destroyed after two hurricanes in three weeks

  20. Now Florida faces another Chapter of 2004 Hurricane Season

  21. Floridians are trying to decide to fly away or stick it out.