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By Keith Albertson

Problem-solvers ride to rescue when disasters hit

One of my vivid memories as a small child came when my family was forced to ride out a hurricane shortly after moving to South Florida (we didn’t stay long, for that and other reasons). Though but a tyke, I still recall the deafening howl of the wind, the eerie indigo light at dawn after a shutter blew off a window and my fear of going outside during the calm as the eye passed. You see, my 5-year-old self was freaked out by the idea of a giant eyeball in the sky.


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