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December 4, 1989 | MIKE CLARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two months after Hurricane Hugo ripped through St. Croix with winds in excess of 150 miles an hour, 80% of the island remains without electricity and telephones, thousands are living in severely damaged homes under roofs fashioned from plastic sheets, and the winter tourist season has been written off completely. But, say many residents, even tougher than rebuilding homes and lives in this devastated U.S. territory is rebuilding the island's image as an "American paradise."
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December 4, 1989 | MIKE CLARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two months after Hurricane Hugo ripped through St. Croix with winds in excess of 150 miles an hour, 80% of the island remains without electricity and telephones, thousands are living in severely damaged homes under roofs fashioned from plastic sheets, and the winter tourist season has been written off completely. But, say many residents, even tougher than rebuilding homes and lives in this devastated U.S. territory is rebuilding the island's image as an "American paradise."
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