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Evacuees find refuge in Houston stadium

In addition to providing food and water, emergency workers have set up about 25,000 cots in the abandoned Houston Astrodome sports stadium for evacuees from New Orleans.
By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / September 2, 2005

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HOUSTON -- Ervin Doyle waited three days to get out of New Orleans and then spent 10 hours with his two small sons and brother in an 18-wheeler they flagged down. Exhausted and dirty, Doyle yesterday dragged himself through the gates to the Astrodome and into an uncertain future. (Full article: 1020 words)

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