FEMA temporarily suspends sales of travel trailers

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it's going to it temporarily suspend the sale and deployment of trailers for hurricane evacuees.

The agency says it will assess health-related concerns involving formaldehyde levels.

FEMA provided about 120,000 trailers to victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005

Some occupants last year began reporting illnesses, including nosebleeds and headaches.