Yellow wristbands, segregation for Florida homeless in Irma

Yellow wristbands, segregation for Florida homeless in Irma

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) — Shelby Hoogendyk says that when she, her husband and her 17-month-old son arrived at an emergency shelter as Hurricane Irma closed in, they were separated from others by yellow wristbands and told to stay in an area with other people like them — the homeless.
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