A wave washes up along a seaside park in Agana, Guam, as Typhoon Gay hits the island. Early reports indicated that the damage was not as bad as expected. The typhoon overran U.S. territory Monday morning with winds blowing at 70 mph to 120 mph. It cut electrical and water service and knocked down some homes that had been rebuilt since Typhoon Omar hit Aug. 28.
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