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Rumors of faraway places sway evacuees

Many chose to stay in 'comfort zone'

By Tatsha Robertson and Scott Helman
Globe Staff / September 8, 2005

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HOUSTON -- It seemed everyone in line at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston had heard the story about the poor man from New Orleans who got on an airplane and was dropped off in a strange, faraway place: Utah. Others heard that buses had arrived in Houston to take evacuees to Washington, D.C. Some women said ... (Full article: 1024 words)

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