Kathy and Stephen Zimmerman drove 23 hours from their home in Cape Coral, Florida, to find refuge at the Kanuga Conference Center near Hendersonville. The mountain town is full of Hurricane Irma evacuees from Florida.
Kathy and Stephen Zimmerman drove 23 hours from their home in Cape Coral, Florida, to find refuge at the Kanuga Conference Center near Hendersonville. The mountain town is full of Hurricane Irma evacuees from Florida. Kathleen Purvis kpurvis@charlotteobserver.com
Kathy and Stephen Zimmerman drove 23 hours from their home in Cape Coral, Florida, to find refuge at the Kanuga Conference Center near Hendersonville. The mountain town is full of Hurricane Irma evacuees from Florida. Kathleen Purvis kpurvis@charlotteobserver.com

Weary Irma evacuees from Florida find sanctuary in a NC mountain town

September 10, 2017 02:13 PM

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