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Three Types of FEMA Housing

The Federal Emergency Management Agency purchased nearly $2.7 billion worth of emergency housing for Hurricane Katrina victims, of three general types: Trailers, mobile homes and modified trailers called park models. The homes accommodate about three people on average.

Three Types of FEMA Housing

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Article | Within days of Hurricane Katrina's landfall in August 2005, frantic officials at the Federal Emergency Management Agency ordered nearly $2.7 billion worth of trailers and mobile homes to house the storm's victims, many of them using a single page of specifications.

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