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Answered: What should be done with a propane gas grill during a hurricane

As an additional consideration for your propane grill, think about this. If your area is hit hard by a hurricane and you're using your grill to cook with, be careful about WHEN you use it. If time has dragged on, like after Katrina, and neighbors are running out of food and the smell of your ...

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Answered: How are the people getting their life back from Hurricane Andrew?

My wife and I travellled down I-75 and across Alligator Alley to Hallendale, Florida on the east coast in June, 1994. We saw hundreds of "FEMA Villages and homes with blue fema tarps on them at that time.
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