A Category 3 storm lashed the western part of Cuba, causing flooding and triggering mudslides. Thousands had to be evacuated. There were also widespread blackouts. To avoid electrocutions, the state-run electric company shut off electricity to the capital, Havana. Host Marco Werman has an update.
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