Luis Garcia, right, packs a car that he and his family will use to evacuate north from their home in Miami Beach Friday. In addition to the necessities, how do you decide what sentimental items to take with you when you evacuate?
Luis Garcia, right, packs a car that he and his family will use to evacuate north from their home in Miami Beach Friday. In addition to the necessities, how do you decide what sentimental items to take with you when you evacuate? Wilfredo Lee AP
Luis Garcia, right, packs a car that he and his family will use to evacuate north from their home in Miami Beach Friday. In addition to the necessities, how do you decide what sentimental items to take with you when you evacuate? Wilfredo Lee AP

What do you leave behind when you evacuate? Residents make hard (and not-so-hard) choices

September 08, 2017 01:16 PM

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