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  • Hurricane Irma: Evacuees leave Columbus shelter to return home

    Several Glynn County school buses rolled out from the Columbus Civic Center Thursday morning, marking the beginning of the trip home for more than 300 evacuees from Coastal Georgia communities displaced by Hurricane Irma who sheltered in Columbus at the Civic Center.

Several Glynn County school buses rolled out from the Columbus Civic Center Thursday morning, marking the beginning of the trip home for more than 300 evacuees from Coastal Georgia communities displaced by Hurricane Irma who sheltered in Columbus at the Civic Center. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Several Glynn County school buses rolled out from the Columbus Civic Center Thursday morning, marking the beginning of the trip home for more than 300 evacuees from Coastal Georgia communities displaced by Hurricane Irma who sheltered in Columbus at the Civic Center. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

Civic Center shelter shutting down after Irma evacuees return home

September 14, 2017 8:36 PM