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Cape Cod prepares to welcome evacuees

Officials fine-tune emergency plans

A squad of National Guardsmen headed back to barracks yesterday at Camp Edwards at Otis Air National Guard Base.
By Michael Levenson and Heather Allen
Globe Correspondents / September 6, 2005

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BOURNE -- Children made signs that read, ''Welcome to Bourne," a school superintendent scrambled to find room for students, and fire chiefs fine-tuned emergency plans as Cape Cod prepared for 2,500 Hurricane Katrina evacuees who could begin arriving at Otis Air National Guard Base today. (Full article: 1140 words)

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