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    Last hurricane shelter in Miami keeps doors open indefinitelyThe E. Darwin Fuchs Pavilion at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds is the only shelter remaining in Miami-Dade County. It's the shelter of last resort. It's housing about 1,000 people, including those who can't get back to their homes in the Keys.

Last hurricane shelter in Miami keeps doors open indefinitelyThe E. Darwin Fuchs Pavilion at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds is the only shelter remaining in Miami-Dade County. It's the shelter of last resort. It's housing about 1,000 people, including those who can't get back to their homes in the Keys. Emily Michot Miami Herald
Last hurricane shelter in Miami keeps doors open indefinitelyThe E. Darwin Fuchs Pavilion at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds is the only shelter remaining in Miami-Dade County. It's the shelter of last resort. It's housing about 1,000 people, including those who can't get back to their homes in the Keys. Emily Michot Miami Herald

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