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Residents Head Home, Mop Up After Ivan
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Residents Head Home, Mop Up After Ivan

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Residents Head Home, Mop Up After Ivan

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Sheila Webb looks through what remains of the mobile home in Blountstown, Fla.

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Hurricane Ivan devastated areas of Alabama and the Florida Gulf Coast. The worst hit areas are still accessible only by air. But across the rest of the region, residents begin to make their way home. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.

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