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AMERICAN AIRLINES HURRICANE RECOVERY

 AMERICAN AIRLINES HURRICANE RECOVERY
 American Airlines employees have formed volunteer construction work


crews to make emergency repairs on co-workers homes that have been severely damaged by Hurricane Andrew.
 Next work crew will leave American Airlines Cargo Building, located at Miami International Airport, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, at 7:15 a.m.
 CONTACT: Patricia San Pedro, 305-520-3197 or 305-993-0854 (beeper); or Bill Stewart, 305-526-1572, both of American Airlines.
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