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Hawaii braces for Hurricane Lane

Nina Roberts shops for last minute supplies while shelves remain empty as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Nina Roberts shops for last minute supplies while shelves remain empty as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. more

Nina Roberts shops for last minute supplies while shelves remain empty as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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People look at heavy flooding in Hilo, Hawaii. 


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People look at heavy flooding in Hilo, Hawaii. Ace Norton/via REUTERS

People look at heavy flooding in Hilo, Hawaii. Ace Norton/via REUTERS
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Incoming waves tower over bystanders in Kona, Hawaii. 

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Incoming waves tower over bystanders in Kona, Hawaii. Ryan Leinback/via REUTERS

Incoming waves tower over bystanders in Kona, Hawaii. Ryan Leinback/via REUTERS
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A gas station remains closed after running out of gas in Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

A gas station remains closed after running out of gas in Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

A gas station remains closed after running out of gas in Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Honolulu police officer Chad Asuncion monitors the water and warns surfers about the conditions. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Honolulu police officer Chad Asuncion monitors the water and warns surfers about the conditions. REUTERS/Hugh more

Honolulu police officer Chad Asuncion monitors the water and warns surfers about the conditions. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Kayak Hanalei shop is closed as employees boarded up the building and secured kayaks and other equipment in Hanalei, on the north shore of Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton

Kayak Hanalei shop is closed as employees boarded up the building and secured kayaks and other equipment in Hamore

Kayak Hanalei shop is closed as employees boarded up the building and secured kayaks and other equipment in Hanalei, on the north shore of Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton
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A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. 


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A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. Ace Norton/via REUTERS

A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. Ace Norton/via REUTERS
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Jean O'Neill and her daughter Ceri Godinez measure and cut wood to board up their house in Hanalei, on Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton

Jean O'Neill and her daughter Ceri Godinez measure and cut wood to board up their house in Hanalei, on Kauai. more

Jean O'Neill and her daughter Ceri Godinez measure and cut wood to board up their house in Hanalei, on Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton
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A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. 


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A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. Ace Norton/via REUTERS

A general view shows heavy flooding affecting Hilo. Ace Norton/via REUTERS
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A bodysurfer walks along a jetty wall to swim out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

A bodysurfer walks along a jetty wall to swim out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

A bodysurfer walks along a jetty wall to swim out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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A photo taken from the International Space Station and moved on social media by astronaut Ricky Arnold shows Hurricane Lane near Hawaii.


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A photo taken from the International Space Station and moved on social media by astronaut Ricky Arnold shows Hmore

A photo taken from the International Space Station and moved on social media by astronaut Ricky Arnold shows Hurricane Lane near Hawaii. @astro_ricky/NASA/via REUTERS
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A surfer rides on a strong wave as Hurricane Lane approaches Maui. 

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A surfer rides on a strong wave as Hurricane Lane approaches Maui. @bigdart/Social Media via REUTERS

A surfer rides on a strong wave as Hurricane Lane approaches Maui. @bigdart/Social Media via REUTERS
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Paul Akamine fills propane tanks as customers line up as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Paul Akamine fills propane tanks as customers line up as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentmore

Paul Akamine fills propane tanks as customers line up as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Luke Yamanuha loads plywood into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Luke Yamanuha loads plywood into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Luke Yamanuha loads plywood into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Geoffrey Seidman, owner of Honolulu Beerworks, boards up his brewery as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Geoffrey Seidman, owner of Honolulu Beerworks, boards up his brewery as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, Aumore

Geoffrey Seidman, owner of Honolulu Beerworks, boards up his brewery as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Surfers walk to the water to paddle out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Surfers walk to the water to paddle out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gmore

Surfers walk to the water to paddle out as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Mike Gonsalves gathers sand from a beach to fill sandbags as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Mike Gonsalves gathers sand from a beach to fill sandbags as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 20more

Mike Gonsalves gathers sand from a beach to fill sandbags as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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A long line of cars wait as people fill up their vehicles with gasoline as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REUTERS/ Sue Horton

A long line of cars wait as people fill up their vehicles with gasoline as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REmore

A long line of cars wait as people fill up their vehicles with gasoline as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REUTERS/ Sue Horton
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Hurricane Lane, with a well-defined eye, is shown positioned about 300 miles south of Hawaii's Big Island at 2 p.m. ET on August 22, 2018. NOAA/Goes-East Imagery/Handout via REUTERS

Hurricane Lane, with a well-defined eye, is shown positioned about 300 miles south of Hawaii's Big Island at 2more

Hurricane Lane, with a well-defined eye, is shown positioned about 300 miles south of Hawaii's Big Island at 2 p.m. ET on August 22, 2018. NOAA/Goes-East Imagery/Handout via REUTERS
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Members of the Alapahoe outrigger canoe club move their canoes off the beach to higher ground as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Members of the Alapahoe outrigger canoe club move their canoes off the beach to higher ground as Hurricane Lanmore

Members of the Alapahoe outrigger canoe club move their canoes off the beach to higher ground as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Mark Antolin and his son load sand to fill sand bags into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Mark Antolin and his son load sand to fill sand bags into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUmore

Mark Antolin and his son load sand to fill sand bags into his truck as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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People walk along a calm Hanalei Beach as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton

People walk along a calm Hanalei Beach as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton

People walk along a calm Hanalei Beach as Hurricane Lane approaches Kauai. REUTERS/Sue Horton
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Paul Akamine fills propane tanks for customers as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Paul Akamine fills propane tanks for customers as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Paul Akamine fills propane tanks for customers as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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Waves crash on the coast as Hurricane Lane approaches Ka'u. 



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Waves crash on the coast as Hurricane Lane approaches Ka'u. Courtesy of Ken Boyer/Social Media via REUTERS

Waves crash on the coast as Hurricane Lane approaches Ka'u. Courtesy of Ken Boyer/Social Media via REUTERS
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Jaycee Sotello fills her truck up with gas as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Jaycee Sotello fills her truck up with gas as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Jaycee Sotello fills her truck up with gas as Hurricane Lane approaches Honolulu. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry
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