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Hurricane Ike's Scars Remain

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Hurricane Ike's Scars Remain

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Hurricane Ike's Scars Remain

Hurricane Ike's Scars Remain

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Two months ago, Galveston resident Merri Edwards was weathering the storm at a Fairfield Inn outside Houston, Texas, after evacuating her home. She moved from Houston to Austin, then back again to Galveston to assess the damage in the place she has called home for 20 years.

Host Liane Hansen speaks with Edwards about on her life after Hurricane Ike and the rebuilding in Galveston.

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