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What happens if you can’t afford to evacuate from Irma?

Prepping for a hurricane is expensive. There’s the hurricane shutters and plywood for the windows, the sandbags to prevent flooding, bottles of water, non-perishable food, gasoline for your car, batteries — the list never ends. CBS estimated the cost of fully locking down your home for a hurricane to be around $4,000. And then there’s […]
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