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After the storm: Hurricane Andrew ten years later
Introduction

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  Kate Hale, a Dade County official who became famous during Hurricane Andrew for her blunt assessment of the sluggish federal response: "Where in the hell is the cavalry on this one,'' she said.

[Courtesy of WFOR-TV/CBS4 MIAMI]

 
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Listen to audio of Pearlie Shropshire:
Riding out the storm (part 1)
Riding out the storm (part 2)
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Listen to audio of Charles Wilson:
It looked like a war zone
They learned a lot
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Listen to audio of George Brown:
Keep the wind out
Damaged homes
To learn more about Pearlie Shropshire, Charles Wilson and George Brown read Storm's howl fills the ears of survivors
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Kate Hale, president of the Mental Health Association of Dade County and the former director of Dade County Office of Emergency Management, is shown in her office in Miami on Aug 16, 2002.

[Photo: Bill Cooke]

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