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New England Braces for Hurricane Arthur

Fourth of July celebrations changed as storm threatens the region with floods and high winds.
01:41 | 07/04/2014

Transcript for New England Braces for Hurricane Arthur

Now we move up the coast New England is on -- hit list tonight families on Cape Cod writing out their fourth of July holiday. ABC's Jim Benitez is in the middle of it tonight -- -- GO. Elizabeth good... See More
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