Hurricane Fabian Slams Bermuda Resorts

Two major meeting resorts on Bermuda were forced to close for repairs due to damage sustained by Hurricane Fabian, which slammed Bermuda last Friday, September 4, with 120 mph winds.

The Fairmont Southampton Resort in Bermuda will be closed until November 1 as hotel officials look to repair the damage left by the hurricane, which was the most powerful to hit the British territory in roughly 50 years. No one was injured at the resort, and engineers are currently assessing the extent of

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