THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

After 45 hours on a bus, these evacuees find generosity, but more frustration, in Boston

By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / September 13, 2005

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For Ray Garland and Tamara Bernard and her six sons, the unexpected trip from their native New Orleans to Boston began shortly before Hurricane Katrina struck, when a dozen people crowded into Garland's mother's van and drove four hours over clogged roads to Baton Rouge, La., which is usually less than an hour away. The trip ended at ... (Full article: 1402 words)

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