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In Chicago, Doubts Remain for Evacuees

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In Chicago, Doubts Remain for Evacuees

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In Chicago, Doubts Remain for Evacuees

In Chicago, Doubts Remain for Evacuees

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In Chicago's West Garfield neighborhood, Melanie Noble and Wallace Green are two of 17 people who evacuated Gentilly and Orleans Parish to flee Hurricane Katrina. They've been given the use of a three-flat apartment building. Before that, all seventeen of them were living in one apartment.

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