Panic, hoarding in Hawaii as Hurricane Lane bears down

Members of the Alapahoe outrigger canoe club move their canoes off the beach to higher ground as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S. August 21, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

HONOLULU (Reuters) – Fearful Hawaii residents stocked up on water and gasoline on Wednesday as Hurricane Lane bore down on the U.S. islands with high winds, lashing rains and the potential to trigger “life threatening” flooding and landslides. Though the hurricane weakened slightly as it spun across the Pacific Ocean it remained a powerful Category […]

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