Flood victims getting temp homes shooting
Twenty “Temporary Housing Units,” more commonly known as FEMA trailers, are now on site in Tunica County and ready for use by Tunica Cut-off families displaced more than a month ago by historic Mississippi River flooding.
FEMA officials say one of the units, located at Buck Island Mobile Home Park in northeastern Tunica County, is now occupied, with other families preparing to move in the coming weeks. FEMA has leased a total of 54 pads at the park and will bring in more THA’s as needed.
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