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קורה באיי ברמודה 05Sep2003 Bermuda faces direct hit from Hurricane Fabian HAMILTON, Bermuda, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Hurricane Fabian bore down on Bermuda on Friday with 120 mph (193 kph) winds and a powerful tidal surge that threatened to make it the worst storm ever to hit the mid-Atlantic British colony. The capital, Hamilton, was buttoned up tightly as Fabian drew close and began to lash the 22-square-mile (57-sq-km) island with waves that could rise up to 30 feet (9 metres), local officials said. Businesses, government offices and schools were closed, flights in and out of the island were canceled and cruise ships had left as the 62,000 residents of the thriving offshore financial center and tourist playground waited for the worst of the storm, expected during the late afternoon and evening on Friday. Although its strength fluctuated as it neared Bermuda, which lies about 560 miles (900 km) east of North Carolina, Fabian was expected to hit as a Category 3 storm on the 5-point Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane intensity, capable of damaging small buildings and destroying coastal dwellings. "Bermuda is already receiving tropical storm force winds and heavy rains," hurricane center meteorologist Eric Blake said. "It looks like the center is going to come very close to the island. At 8 a.m. EDT (1200 GMT), Fabian's center was about 155 miles (250 km) south-southwest of Bermuda at latitude 30.1 north and longitude 65.3 west, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. The huge system, with hurricane-force winds extending 115 miles (185 km) from the eye, was moving toward the north at about 17 mph (27 kph), forecasters said. Fabian could drop 5-10 inches (13-25 cm) of rain on Bermuda and could carry coastal flood waters of 6-10 feet (1.8-3 metres) above normal tides, they said. Bermuda officials said more than 2,000 homes in low-lying areas were in danger of flooding and urged residents to evacuate. Authorities said the storm could be worse than Hurricane Emily, which caused more than $50 million in damage when it passed over the island in September 1987, spawning a series of tornadoes. A British destroyer that patrols the Caribbean and a cargo ship were being urged to head toward Bermuda to be ready to assist with blankets, tents and food in the next few days. Friday, 05 September 2003 15:19:08RTRS
 

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