Death, Struggle for Basics in Ivan's Wake

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Residents of Gulf Shores, Ala., line up for ice and other supplies.

Residents of Mobile, Ala., line up for distribution of ice and water. Anne Hawke, NPR hide caption

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Since coming ashore Thursday, Hurricane Ivan has killed at least 40 people in the United States. In the hardest hit Gulf States of Alabama and Florida, more than a million people remain without power. In Mobile, Ala., even water and ice are scarce. Hear NPR's Ari Shapiro.



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