David and Dee Thorne hug near their home on Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, their home was damaged during Hurricane Irma on Sept. 20. They are living in an RV on the lot as they begin to repair the house.
David and Dee Thorne hug near their home on Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, their home was damaged during Hurricane Irma on Sept. 20. They are living in an RV on the lot as they begin to repair the house. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com
David and Dee Thorne hug near their home on Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, their home was damaged during Hurricane Irma on Sept. 20. They are living in an RV on the lot as they begin to repair the house. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

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