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Some call mobile homes inconvenient shelter

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Gaylin Davis rode in Chase's RV Park in New Iberia, La. When his New Orleans apartment flooded, he lost his belongings.
Gaylin Davis rode in Chase's RV Park in New Iberia, La. When his New Orleans apartment flooded, he lost his belongings. (Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick) Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick
By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / September 20, 2005

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NEW IBERIA, La. -- Yvonne Williams, a retired Holiday Inn housekeeper rescued by canoe with her grandchildren from Hurricane Katrina's flood waters, spent two weeks in a humid emergency shelter in Thibodaux that aggravated her asthma. (Full article: 1300 words)

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