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Cyclone Fiona has become a Category 4 storm as it continues its destructive path north on Wednesday.

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Leaving behind disaster-stricken communities in Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos, and the Dominican Republic who must now begin working toward recovery.


Fiona has sustained winds of 130 miles per hour and gusts of up to 155 miles per hour.

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The hurricane center said early Wednesday, and it is still expected to strengthen as it moves away from the Turks and Caicos on Wednesday.

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and makes his way. Bermuda at the end of the week. After making landfall in Puerto Rico on Sunday, the storm tore through the island

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The Dominican Republic was hit, causing devastating floods and severe water and power infrastructure damage.

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Fiona's sustained winds of 130 miles per hour left most people in the storm's path without power or water, officials said.


Fallen palm trees lie above the entrance to the Port of Call resort in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. - Vivian Tyson/AP