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Sentinel Staff WriterWhen Hurricane Georges hit Puerto Rico in 1998, Claribel Lebron lost power for a month, water for two weeks and had to wait five days for a few food vouchers from the Salvation Army. Lebron figured when she moved to Winter Park in July that she had...
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Sentinel Staff WriterAfter Hurricane Charley tore through her neighborhood in Kissimmee, Delores Williams was left with a soggy mess in her utility room. "All my linens -- bedspreads, towels -- everything was damp. I had to get rid of all of that stuff," said Williams, who...
Special to the SentinelCarlos Castaner, like most Central Floridians, has bad memories of last year's hurricanes. He and his wife and daughter huddled in the hallway while the winds howled and a pine tree narrowly missed coming through the front window. In the aftermath,...
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