Pictures: Hurricane Charley

Florida Legal Services is asking FEMA to review its policy that has prevented illegal immigrants who lost their mobile homes from getting temporary housing in FEMA trailers. A look at those folks at the Pink Citrus trailer park who are among those hit hard after Hurricane Charlie. Legal services said many are farmworkers who don't have housing because of this rule. Dahlia Reyes and her son Isidro, 7, visit their former home that was destroyed by Hurricane Charley.
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( Michael Laughlin, SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL / January 23, 2005 )

Florida Legal Services is asking FEMA to review its policy that has prevented illegal immigrants who lost their mobile homes from getting temporary housing in FEMA trailers. A look at those folks at the Pink Citrus trailer park who are among those hit hard after Hurricane Charlie. Legal services said many are farmworkers who don't have housing because of this rule. Dahlia Reyes and her son Isidro, 7, visit their former home that was destroyed by Hurricane Charley.

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