Facing Relocation

Jim "Hawk" Herring, with his dog Koko, lives in a FEMA trailer in the Lakeview area of New Orleans. With recent government tests confirming high levels of formaldehyde in the temporary residences, U.S. health officials are urging that hurricane victims be relocated as soon as possible.
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( Alex Brandon / Associated Press )

Jim "Hawk" Herring, with his dog Koko, lives in a FEMA trailer in the Lakeview area of New Orleans. With recent government tests confirming high levels of formaldehyde in the temporary residences, U.S. health officials are urging that hurricane victims be relocated as soon as possible.

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