Hurricane Wilma

Shelter residents from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000403" title="McNicol Middle School " href="/topic/education/schools/middle-schools/mcnicol-middle-school--OREDU0000403.topic">McNicol Middle School</a> are moving into the third new shelter since Wilma hit three weeks ago. They are moving into Davie Police PAL Multi-Purpose Facility in Davie. Maria Rodriguez and her son Mark Rodriguez, 5, from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100403070000" title="Fort Lauderdale" href="/topic/us/florida/broward-county/fort-lauderdale-PLGEO100100403070000.topic">Fort Lauderdale</a>, wait in line to register at the new shelter at the Davie PAL facility, as they listen to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCIG000010" title="American Red Cross" href="/topic/disasters-accidents/american-red-cross-ORCIG000010.topic">Red Cross</a> Mental Health Volunteer Clay Van Batenburg.
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( Michael Laughlin, Sun Sentinel / November 18, 2005 )

Shelter residents from McNicol Middle School are moving into the third new shelter since Wilma hit three weeks ago. They are moving into Davie Police PAL Multi-Purpose Facility in Davie. Maria Rodriguez and her son Mark Rodriguez, 5, from Fort Lauderdale, wait in line to register at the new shelter at the Davie PAL facility, as they listen to Red Cross Mental Health Volunteer Clay Van Batenburg.

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