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rita45simpson
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emergency contact information re tourists/florida/hurricane rita
      Thu Sep 22 2005 06:39 PM

Is there anyone there who can offer me a website, or contact phone numbers to query lost contact with my son since hurricane rita struck. He's holidaying in Kissimee is all I know. Landline no longer live at his villa. Don't know what's happened.
Many thanks to anyone who can help. I'm in UK.
Rita

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* emergency contact information re tourists/florida/hurricane rita rita45simpson Thu Sep 22 2005 06:39 PM
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