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Nautical devastation Down Under

Cyclone Yasi has battered the state of Queensland in northeastern Australia, leaving a trail of destruction. The storm hit with unprecedented fury and left 125 miles of north Queensland's coast resembling a nuclear bomb site.

There have been no deaths, despite the fact the storm was strong enough to tear apart houses and lift yachts from their moorings and leave them resting on dry land.

Click here for a video report on the destruction.