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Initial reports indicate that Hurricane Emily has done minimal damage in Texas, despite hitting the Gulf Coast with 125 mph winds this morning.

Dr. Claire Souch, catastrophe response manager for Risk Management Solutions in London, said the center of the storm struck Mexico 75 miles south of the Texas border at round 7:30 a.m. EDT. She said there were some tropical strength storms that would reach into the Texas region, but overall, there probably would be no major damage.

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