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2,500 Katrina evacuees headed to Cape base

Romney says state is happy to provide help

By Michael Levenson and Lisa Wangsness
Globe Correspondent And Globe Staff / September 5, 2005

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About 2,500 evacuees displaced by Hurricane Katrina will be flown from the Gulf Coast to Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod by Wednesday and given food, clothing, medical care, cash, and housing at Camp Edwards for the next 30-60 days in a massive undertaking announced yesterday by Governor Mitt Romney and the Massachusetts National Guard. (Full article: 1083 words)

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