|Column: Poverty and snow storms|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
Many years ago, in upstate New York, there was a lady who was caught in a fierce snow storm that produced conditions called a “whiteout.” That’s when the snow is falling so thick and fast that all you can see in any direction is just sheer white.
This lady wandered around in the storm, struggling to try to get home, but there was no way for her to know where home was.
Eventually she collapsed in the snow and died — something like 50 feet from her home that she could not see.
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