Hurricane Sandy Nearing East Cost

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By Brett Stolpestad

Hurricane Sandy is making its way toward the East Coast spanning from North Carolina to Maine, the Washington Post reported.

Hurricane Sandy has considerable force with wind speeds close to 75 mph, threatening the the lives and homes of millions of people up and down the east coast, the Washington Post reported.

The Hurricane has prompted the evacuation of many densely populated U.S. cities, including a widespread evacuation in New York, the New York Times reported.

So far the city of New York has ordered the evacuation of more than 370,000 people and has set up shelters at 76 public schools, the New York Times reported.

Officials and forecasters have warned the public of the dangerous and potentially fatal force of the storm, which is reported to swing inland on Monday evening, the New York Times reported.

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