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Video taken by local media outlets showed dozens of evacuees from the danger zone arriving on the southern portion of the island to stay in the emergency shelters, seek refuge with family members or head elsewhere.
VOLCANO ON ST. VINCENT ERUPTS, SPEWING COLUMN OF ASH AMID EVACUATIONSTEO ARMUS, ANTHONY FAIOLA, MATTHEW CAPPUCCIAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He fought back tears as he spoke of the assistance of nearby nations and cruise lines that were mobilizing to aid evacuees.
VOLCANO ON ST. VINCENT ERUPTS, SPEWING COLUMN OF ASH AMID EVACUATIONSTEO ARMUS, ANTHONY FAIOLA, MATTHEW CAPPUCCIAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That plan proved its worth during the Valley Fire as the county had pre-planned evacuation routes, cleared debris from those roadways and coordinated care of evacuees through a pre-established volunteer network, Mecham said.
MORNING REPORT: SAN DIEGO SCHOOLS SET DATE FOR PHASE 1 REOPENINGVOICE OF SAN DIEGOSEPTEMBER 30, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
This time, inland hotels in Texas and Louisiana are preparing to host an unusually large number of evacuees—and they’re already reaching capacity.
COVID-19 IS PUSHING HURRICANE LAURA EVACUEES TO HOTELS INSTEAD OF SHELTERSTIM MCDONNELLAUGUST 27, 2020QUARTZ
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WORDS RELATED TO EVACUEE

  • alien
  • colonist
  • departer
  • displaced person
  • evacuee
  • exile
  • expatriate
  • fugitive
  • immigrant
  • migrant
  • migrator
  • outcast
  • pilgrim
  • refugee
  • traveler
  • wanderer
  • wayfarer
  • émigré
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