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Follow Hurricane Irene on KCET
In the meantime, we'd love to hear in comments from folks who are either in the Hurricane zone or have heard from friends and relatives there. Additionally, you can follow live updates on Twitter for the #hurricaneirene hashtag below, as well as live webcam from Manhattan being manned by a few friends of station.
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