After years of living in motels, a family finally got their own RV. Then covid-19 came.

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Published on 6 Jun 2020, 15:22
After the coronavirus shutdown in Florida cost Sergine Lucien's husband, Dave Marecheau, his two restaurant jobs, they lost their RV and sense of stability. The couple moved from motel to motel in Kissimmee with their two children, but when they ran out of money, they resorted to sleeping in their car. They're one of thousands of Orlando-area families living on the brink of homelessness. Read more: wapo.st/virus-family-homelessn...

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