Hurricane Jeanne Weather and Damage pics.  
Ocean water pours into condominium, damaged by Hurricane Frances, on Hutchinson Island, Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 as Hurricane Jeanne approaches Florida. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)
Ocean water pours into condominium, damaged by Hurricane Frances, on Hutchinson Island, Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 as Hurricane Jeanne approaches Florida. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)
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Sat., Sept. 25: Michael Wolfington watches waves crash against the back of the Sand Castle condo property next to his house in Satellite Beach, Fla., as Hurricane Jeanne approaches
Sat., Sept. 25: Michael Wolfington watches waves crash against the back of the Sand Castle condo property next to his house in Satellite Beach, Fla., as Hurricane Jeanne approaches
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Sun., Sept. 26: A houseboat lies partially submerged as winds and waves continue to batter a yacht basin in Titusville, Fla.
Sun., Sept. 26: A houseboat lies partially submerged as winds and waves continue to batter a yacht basin in Titusville, Fla.
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Sat., Sept. 25: Waves crash at the Nassau harbor entrance as Jeanne passes through the island of New Providence, Bahamas.
Sat., Sept. 25: Waves crash at the Nassau harbor entrance as Jeanne passes through the island of New Providence, Bahamas.
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A tree lies on a house near Canal Point, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004, in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne. (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)
A tree lies on a house near Canal Point, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004, in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne. (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)
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Sun., Sept. 26: Penny Scheltz clears out storm drains during flooding, in North Palm Beach, Fla.
Sun., Sept. 26: Penny Scheltz clears out storm drains during flooding, in North Palm Beach, Fla.
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Paul Pearson surveys the damage to his boxing facility after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne, currently a category three storm is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
Paul Pearson surveys the damage to his boxing facility after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne, currently a category three storm is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
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Alfredo Perez and Dianna Martinez check their mother\'s home in a trailer park for damages, after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
Alfredo Perez and Dianna Martinez check their mother\'s home in a trailer park for damages, after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
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Firefighter Johnny Thorton checks a home in a trailer park for survivors, after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
Firefighter Johnny Thorton checks a home in a trailer park for survivors, after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
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Tommy Arch (R), Larry Maple and Alex Cuesta (L) clear a drain to help reduce flooding in their trailer park after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne, currently a category three storm is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
Tommy Arch (R), Larry Maple and Alex Cuesta (L) clear a drain to help reduce flooding in their trailer park after Hurricane Jeanne hit Fort Pierce, Florida, September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne, currently a category three storm is the fourth named storm to approach Florida and the second such storm to attack the treasure coast in a little over a month. REUTERS/Marc Serota
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Waves from Hurricane Jeanne pound a seawall in Sebastian Inlet, Florida as the storm moved into the area on September 25, 2004. Intermittent squalls from the hurricane\'s outer fringes pelted the south and central Florida east coast with wind gusts and blinding rain. The hurricane\'s eye was expected to come ashore in the Fort Pierce area late Saturday or early Sunday -- a one-two punch for a region slammed by Hurricane Frances three weeks ago. Photo by Joe Skipper/Reuters
Waves from Hurricane Jeanne pound a seawall in Sebastian Inlet, Florida as the storm moved into the area on September 25, 2004. Intermittent squalls from the hurricane\'s outer fringes pelted the south and central Florida east coast with wind gusts and blinding rain. The hurricane\'s eye was expected to come ashore in the Fort Pierce area late Saturday or early Sunday -- a one-two punch for a region slammed by Hurricane Frances three weeks ago. Photo by Joe Skipper/Reuters
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Debris from a wind damaged trailer litters the road in Sebastion, Fla., on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004. Winds from Hurricane Jeanne destroyed dozens of homes when in made landfall in middle of the night. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
Debris from a wind damaged trailer litters the road in Sebastion, Fla., on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004. Winds from Hurricane Jeanne destroyed dozens of homes when in made landfall in middle of the night. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
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Gustavo Castro clears debris in floodwaters in the Port St. Lucie Mobile Village where he lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne, September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
Gustavo Castro clears debris in floodwaters in the Port St. Lucie Mobile Village where he lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne, September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
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John Lumberson stands by a washed out swimming pool and views the damage done by Hurricane Jeanne early Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004, in Hutchinson Island, Fla. Lumberson is in charge of repairs at the resort. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)
John Lumberson stands by a washed out swimming pool and views the damage done by Hurricane Jeanne early Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004, in Hutchinson Island, Fla. Lumberson is in charge of repairs at the resort. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)
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A lone resident picks her way through debris left by Hurricane Jeanne Sunday Sept. 26, 2004, at the Farlane Harbor mobile home park in Vero Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/David Adame)
A lone resident picks her way through debris left by Hurricane Jeanne Sunday Sept. 26, 2004, at the Farlane Harbor mobile home park in Vero Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/David Adame)
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Parts of a destroyed mobile home are up in the tree after Hurricane Jeane made landfall just south of Micco, Florida on September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne made landfall on the East Coast of Florida, three weeks to the day, that Hurricane Fances hit. The fourth to impact Florida in the past six weeks. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier
Parts of a destroyed mobile home are up in the tree after Hurricane Jeane made landfall just south of Micco, Florida on September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne made landfall on the East Coast of Florida, three weeks to the day, that Hurricane Fances hit. The fourth to impact Florida in the past six weeks. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier
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Dan Serales rides his bike with his dog Jewell on the flooded streets of the Barefoot Mobile Home Park in Micco, Florida on September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne made landfall on the East Coast of Florida, three weeks to the day, that Hurricane Fances hit. The fourth to impact Florida in the past six weeks. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier
Dan Serales rides his bike with his dog Jewell on the flooded streets of the Barefoot Mobile Home Park in Micco, Florida on September 26, 2004. Hurricane Jeanne made landfall on the East Coast of Florida, three weeks to the day, that Hurricane Fances hit. The fourth to impact Florida in the past six weeks. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier
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 A destroyed mobile home sits in the flooded Port St. Lucie Mobile Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne, September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
A destroyed mobile home sits in the flooded Port St. Lucie Mobile Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne, September 26, 2004. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
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John Dangova of West Palm Beach, Fla., sits among the rubble of the lobby of the Palmwood Motor Lodge in Sebastion, Fla., on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004. Winds from Hurricane Jeanne blew out the lobby in the middle of the night when it made landfall nearby. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
John Dangova of West Palm Beach, Fla., sits among the rubble of the lobby of the Palmwood Motor Lodge in Sebastion, Fla., on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004. Winds from Hurricane Jeanne blew out the lobby in the middle of the night when it made landfall nearby. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
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Sun., Sept. 26: Pennwood Moter Lodge maid Robin Bailey walks away from what was the lodge\'s front office on U.S. Highway 1 near Sebastian, Fla. Hurricane Jeanne blew off the roof Saturday night.
Sun., Sept. 26: Pennwood Moter Lodge maid Robin Bailey walks away from what was the lodge\'s front office on U.S. Highway 1 near Sebastian, Fla. Hurricane Jeanne blew off the roof Saturday night.
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