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July 6, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A wall of water up to 18 feet high rose out of a calm sea and crashed onto Daytona Beach, Fla., smashing hundreds of vehicles and causing 75 minor injuries, officials and witnesses said. An undersea landslide apparently caused the 27-mile-long rogue wave, a federal seismologist said. Witnesses said people were bleeding and car windows were smashed after the water receded. Sailboats were piled on top of vehicles on the drive-on beach. Tow trucks pulled out cars shoved under the boardwalk.
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July 6, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A wall of water up to 18 feet high rose out of a calm sea and crashed onto Daytona Beach, Fla., smashing hundreds of vehicles and causing 75 minor injuries, officials and witnesses said. An undersea landslide apparently caused the 27-mile-long rogue wave, a federal seismologist said. Witnesses said people were bleeding and car windows were smashed after the water receded. Sailboats were piled on top of vehicles on the drive-on beach. Tow trucks pulled out cars shoved under the boardwalk.
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January 4, 1997 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
You know a system is flawed when the coach of the consensus national championship team stares at his title trophies the morning after his greatest triumph and asks with all his heart: "It's official?" Steve Spurrier, whose Florida Gators dismantled Florida State, 52-20, in Thursday night's Sugar Bowl, proved there is no football obstacle he cannot conquer.
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