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After Irma, a mixed journey home for Florida evacuees

By Daniel Trotta ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - After fleeing homes in Hurricane Irma's path several days ago, Florida residents Lee Tinkler and Mercedes Lopez on Tuesday faced far different prospects as they departed from the Orlando hotels where they sought refuge. Tinkler, a retiree from Jupiter, Florida, said she was about to end "the best experience of my life" after waiting out the storm at a high-end convention hotel with her two daughters, their two babies and seven cats.
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