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Fast-moving Nate charges ashore in Gulf

Residents on Mississippi, Louisiana coasts hunker

By Compiled by Democrat-Gazette staff from wire reports

This article was published October 8, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

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Workers shut the floodgate separating St. Bernard Parish from the East Bank of Plaquemines Parish on Saturday in Violet, La., as Hurricane Nate drew near.

Fishing boats from communities along the outer Louisiana shoreline are stacked for safety into Violet Canal in Violet, La., on Saturday.

People fill sandbags Saturday in Moss Point, Miss., where the storm surge from Hurricane Nate was expected to be a threat. Many low-lying neighborhood...

A beachgoer relaxes Saturday as sightseers jam a pier at Navarre Beach, Fla., where waves churned by Hurricane Nate wash ashore.

Hurricane Nate crashed ashore Saturday evening at the mouth of the Mississippi River, threatening homes and businesses in low-lying areas along the Louisiana coast, and steamed toward the Mississippi coast, where it was expected to make another landfall.

Fishing boats from communities along the outer Louisiana shoreline are stacked for safety into Violet Canal in Violet, La., on Saturday.

People fill sandbags Saturday in Moss Point, Miss., where the storm surge from Hurricane Nate was expected to be a threat. Many low-lying neighborhood...

A beachgoer relaxes Saturday as sightseers jam a pier at Navarre Beach, Fla., where waves churned by Hurricane Nate wash ashore.

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