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Claims News Service, Oct. 24, 8:50 a.m. EDT — Hurricane Wilma has made US landfall close to Cape Romano in Collier County, Florida, packing sustained winds of around 120 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The landfall point was around 20 miles west of Everglades City, the NHC said. The storm is predicted to travel in a north-east direction and cross the southern Florida peninsula today. Hurricane-force winds extend 90 miles from the center of the storm, while tropical storm-force winds extend 230 miles.

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