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1,350 miles away, they find a haven

The Rev. Jeffrey Brown consoled evacuee Angela George of New Orleans inside the housing area yesterday in Bourne.
The Rev. Jeffrey Brown consoled evacuee Angela George of New Orleans inside the housing area yesterday in Bourne. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene) Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene
By Michael Paulson and Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / September 10, 2005

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BOURNE -- Alan Langley managed the loss of telephone service, and then the loss of electricity, and then the loss of water. He was living off food and water given out by police and soldiers, keeping a gun on his bicycle as he rode around his relatively dry Uptown New Orleans neighborhood, and filling his toilet with the murky fluid ... (Full article: 1310 words)

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