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Easterners in their 60s or over will never forget Hurricane Hazel, which ravaged the Atlantic seacoast and the Caribbean in October 1954. This devastating storm killed more than a thousand Haitians even before it reached American shores. When it achieved landfall near the South Carolina-North Carolina border, Hazel continued its destructive ways, sweeping away hundreds of houses with its lethal combination of tidal waves and 100+ m.p.h. winds. This Images of America release documents one of the deadliest and costliest storms of the 20th century.