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Donations to NADA's Emergency Relief Fund are flowing in to support Houston-area employees following Harvey. But the fund is far from ready for Hurricane Irma.

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Requests for aid from dealership employees hurt by Harvey are coming in faster than donations to the relief fund. In the past 36 hours, the fund received more than 100 applications for aid, for a maximum of $1,500 per recipient. NADA estimates that from 30,000 to 35,000 dealership employees have been impacted.

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