Indian-Americans open homes as hurricane Irma makes landfall


WASHINGTON: Indian-Americans in Atlanta and neighbouring areas have opened up their homes for friends, families and community members from Florida, as catastrophic hurricane Irma+ made landfall on the state’s southern islands. Hurricane Irma has claimed three lives in Florida till now.

Sewa International, one of the Indian-American organisations carrying out relief and rescue work+ , provided shelter to more than 300 families in the homes of its volunteers and members in and around Atlanta.

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