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Hurricane Jeanne proves disaster can strike twice in same place
Hurricane Jeanne made landfall near Stuart, Fla. on September 25, 2004 as a Category 3 storm. The area was still trying to recover from Hurricane Frances, which struck nearly the same spot in Martin County three weeks earlier. A year later, more than 1,100 people were still living in Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers in Martin and St. Lucie counties.
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Car flips school van, 18 hurt, 1988
On February 23, 1988, four teen-agers in a Chevrolet Camaro crashed into a privately operated school van loaded with West Miami Junior High students, flipping the van over and sending 18 people to four hospitals
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Five killed in 1979 crash between Coast Guard, civil helicopters
"One was going up and one was coming down and they collided," said National Transportation Safety Board Investigator Robert Oelker of the firey midair helicopter collision that killed four Coast Guardsmen and a student pilot at Opa-locka Airport on January 17, 1979.
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Dominicana Air Lines crash, 1969
Ten persons were killed and 12 injured when a burning Dominicana Air Lines cargo plane attempting to return to Miami International Airport slammed into Northwest 36th Street in Miami on June 23, 1969.
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1979 Orlando plane crash was suspicious
A vintage 1953 airplane, purchased for cash shortly before take-off, plunged into a park lake near downtown Orlando just before Christmas in 1979, and sank into 18 feet of water. All four men aboard were killed. The crash had all the earmarks of a drug flight, authorities said.
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Christina Fernandez, Hialeah student killed in wreck
Hialeah Senior High junior Christina Fernandez, 17, was killed Friday night March 14, 2003 when her Nissan Altima crashed with a van on West Fourth Avenue near 38th Street.
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Fatal construction accident befell movie location
Two construction workers died and four others were injured March 25, 2008, when a 14,000-pound steel crane extension fell 37 stories, smashing through a building on the construction site for the Paramount Bay luxury condominiuim just north of downtown Miami. The damaged house was featured in the 1998 film "There's Something About Mary," starring Cameron Diaz and Ben Stiller.
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For investigator, this 1982 plane crash was personal
This was one fatal plane crash that aviation expert John McWhorter couldn't bring himself to see first hand -- the wreck of a white, gold and blue Cessna 421. McWhorter's 28-year-old son Bruce had been at the controls.
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The Big One: Hurricane Andrew
Pages from the coverage of Hurricane Andrew by The Miami Herald.
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Hurricane Cleo packed a punch, left a mess
Cleo was the first hurricane of the 1964 season. "Just" a Category 2 storm, Cleo hit the state at an angle that caused notable damage in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.