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Joey Dockins stood yesterday at the steps of his mother-in-law’s house as he returned to Cameron, La., to see what could be salvaged after Hurricane Rita.
SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA

Going home, when there is no home left

First surveys give glimpses of devastation

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / September 29, 2005

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CAMERON, La. -- Hurricane Rita swallowed this small town on the Gulf of Mexico, but Joey Dockins yesterday scoured his neighborhood anyway to try to find what might be left. He skidded through the slimy mud, hopped over downed power lines, and stopped dead at a bend in the road. (Full article: 816 words)

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