See larger Matthew Hartley of Delray Beach loads sheets of plywood on his truck in the parking lot of a home improvement store, Wednesday, preparing for the possible arrival of Hurricane Wilma. Hurricane Wilma, the most intense storm the Americas have ever seen, blasted Caribbean coastlines on Wednesday and threatened to slam into Cancun and southern Florida. With 12 people already dead, alarmed officials began evacuations from Honduras to the Florida Keys.

Nicholas R. Von Staden / South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP

Matthew Hartley of Delray Beach loads sheets of plywood on his truck in the parking lot of a home improvement store, Wednesday, preparing for the possible arrival of Hurricane Wilma. Hurricane Wilma, the most intense storm the Americas have ever seen, blasted Caribbean coastlines on Wednesday and threatened to slam into Cancun and southern Florida. With 12 people already dead, alarmed officials began evacuations from Honduras to the Florida Keys.

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