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Hurricane-force wind gust reported in Keys

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MIAMI (AP) - The National Weather Service says the first hurricane-force wind gust has been recorded in the Florida Keys as Irma inches closer to the state.
    
The weather service says the Smith Shoal Light station recorded a 74 mph (119 kph) wind gust on Saturday night.
    
The center of Irma is headed toward the Keys and has sustained winds of 120 mph (193.11 kph).

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