Family of five living in small travel trailer after Hurricane Ike, fire


Carla Clark writes in the Woodlands (Texas) Online site about the resilient Gardiner family.

After they home was damaged during Hurricane Ike, they purchased a used trailer to live in. That trailer was destroyed by a fire on Thanksgiving Day. Currently they are living in a small travel trailer until they find another manufactured home.

“We will make it,” says Amanda Gardiner.

Read the complete story in: Still Resilient After Ike and House Fire

Photo: Amanda Gardiner, Ike and House Fire Victim stands with Diane Hulan, Red Cross Director in front of a travel trailer (left) where the Gardiner family of five is currently residing. The damaged manufactured home can be seen in the right hand corner of picture.

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