Hurricane Victims Seek Aid, Insurance Relief

In Florida, state and federal officials struggle to bring order out of the chaos left by Hurricane Charley. Some 1 million residents are without power and thousands are homeless, three days after the storm cut a path across Central Florida. Temporary housing is being erected to help those without shelter. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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