A Miami-Dade family decided the best way to protect their car from Hurricane Matthew was to store it inside the house.
A Miami-Dade family decided the best way to protect their car from Hurricane Matthew was to store it inside the house. Contributed to the Herald
A Miami-Dade family decided the best way to protect their car from Hurricane Matthew was to store it inside the house. Contributed to the Herald
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Full garage? No problem! Couple stores car inside the house during Hurricane Matthew

October 07, 2016 02:09 PM

UPDATED October 07, 2016 02:10 PM

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