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Immigrants in Central Florida nervous about seeking shelter

By Daniel Trotta APOPKA, Fla. (Reuters) - With Hurricane Irma barreling down on Central Florida, Apopka resident Carmen Nova had a decision to make. A Mexican immigrant living in the country illegally, she knew her mobile home was at risk in the storm. "There's an internal storm, there's an external storm, and there's a political storm, and they're all targeting this community," said Sister Ann Kendrick, a Roman Catholic nun, community organizer and immigrant rights advocate.
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