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Hurricane Victims Seek Aid, Insurance Relief

In Florida, state and federal officials struggle to bring order out of the chaos left by Hurricane Charley. Some 1 million residents are without power and thousands are homeless, three days after the storm cut a path across Central Florida. Temporary housing is being erected to help those without shelter. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott can be heard telling stories from her native South. She covers the latest news and politics, and is attuned to the region's rich culture and history.