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Hurricane Irma shuts the door on Keys' most affordable housing -- RVs and trailer parks

USATODAY.com Monday, 25 September 2017 ()
About 50 residents of an RV park in Big Pine Key were told they have to leave the property after Hurricane Irma.
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News video: Ahead of Hurricane Irma, Florida Keys looks like a ghost town

Ahead of Hurricane Irma, Florida Keys looks like a ghost town 01:46

The Florida Keys are virtually empty as Hurricane Irma moves closer. Hurricane and storm surge warnings are in effect and mandatory evacuation orders are in place. At least 31,000 people have already left. Elaine Quijano reports from Key Largo.

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