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FEMA to Auction Off Trailers Left From Katrina

February 21, 2007

JONESBORO, AR – FEMA is putting thousands of travel-trailers up for sale at auction, saying they are too damaged to be repaired and put back into service, according to the Web site www.kait8.com. The trailers were used to house victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. FEMA said if repair estimates on each trailer exceed $1,500, the vehicles will be put for auction at the Hope airport, where they are being stored.

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