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Humberto Being Called the Instant Hurricane

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In this image provided by NOAA, Hurricane Humberto is shown Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007

Humberto, which grew faster than any storm on record, from tropical depression to full-scale hurricane landfall, surprised the Texas-Louisiana coast early Thursday with 85-mph winds and heavy rain that knocked out power to more than 100,000, shut down three oil refineries and left at least one person dead.

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