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Residents clear out grocery stores and line up for gas as thousands flee inland or out of state in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew

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Jeff Beebe, of Cape Canaveral, Fla., fills gasoline containers, to be later used for his generator.

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Shoppers at a local market check the empty bread shelves in Titusville, Florida.

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People in vehicles make an evacuation route over 520 bridge heading west from Merritt Island, Florida.

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Workers put plywood over windows of a home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

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A four bottle limit sign is displayed as a worker restocks crates of purified water bottles insidePublix Super Markets in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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Workers start before dawn removing umbrellas and the colorful rocking chairs that line in Cocoa Beach, Florida.

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US Navy photo obtained October 6, 2016 shows Amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima as it departs Naval Station Mayport in preparation of Hurricane Matthew's arrival onto Florida's eastern coast.

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Kevin Forde (L) and John Haughey put up plywood on a window in Miami Beach, Florida.

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Workers board up a restaurant in Atlantic Beach, Florida.

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A sign indicating the types of gasoline that are out of stock is shown at a Chevron gasoline station in Hollywood, Florida.

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A monitor shows cancelled flights in and out of the Palm Beach International airport.

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