Living right next to the railroad tracks, Esteban Herrera, 19, is as concerned with his quality of life as he is with the Hoover Dike which looms just behind their home. 'We're all Latin here, so we look out for each other,' says Herrera. He and his family intend to evacuate in case of a hurricane.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Living right next to the railroad tracks, Esteban Herrera, 19, is as concerned with his quality of life as he is with the Hoover Dike which looms just behind their home. "We're all Latin here, so we look out for each other," says Herrera. He and his family intend to evacuate in case of a hurricane.

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