Rows of houses between Homestead and Florida City were badly damaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Rows of houses between Homestead and Florida City were badly damaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Mark Foley AP
Rows of houses between Homestead and Florida City were badly damaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Mark Foley AP

Remembering the fury of Hurricane Andrew in South Florida

August 18, 2012 05:00 AM

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