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Residentes de casas móviles, temen paso del huracán

Residentes de casas móviles, temen paso del huracán
Posted at 2:06 PM, Sep 08, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-08 14:22:47-04

VERO BEACH, Fla. –Si vive en una casa móvil, el mejor plan es evacuar.

Hasta el momento, todos los condados in nuestra área has emitido evacuación voluntaria o mandataria para los que viven en parques de casas móviles.

Los propietarios están preocupados por lo que puedan encontrar al regreso.

En Woodlawn Manor Mobile Home Park en Vero Beach, Rnee Tarbell esta hacienda todo lo posible por asegurar su casa, 

“Nerviosa, con mucho miedo,” dijo Tarbell.

Ella y su esposo planean irse a un refugio.

Harry Cobb planea quedarse.

“Estoy muy preocupado y no ser que hacer”.

Se ha emitido una evacuación voluntaria en el Condado Indian River.

Allen Kerr planea irse.

“Una casa móvil, con estos vientos no es una buena idea”.

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