FEMA-approved travel trailers were delivered to the Florida Keys on Wednesday to help families displaced by Hurricane Irma.
FEMA-approved travel trailers were delivered to the Florida Keys on Wednesday to help families displaced by Hurricane Irma. Contributed photo
FEMA-approved travel trailers were delivered to the Florida Keys on Wednesday to help families displaced by Hurricane Irma. Contributed photo

First FEMA trailers arrive in the Keys for people who lost their homes to Irma

September 28, 2017 07:34 AM

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