MONROE COUNTY, Fla. — The first FEMA trailers arrived in Key West on Wednesday, awaiting eligible Monroe County residents who cannot return to their homes due to the devastation Hurricane Irma left, reported the Bradenton Herald.
So far, FEMA has approved through individual assistance 84 travel trailers for Keys survivors of the storm. The trailers were delivered to Naval Air Station in Key West.
“This is great news,” said Christine Hurley, the Monroe County assistant county administrator, at Wednesday’s county commission meeting.
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