(Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)
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After the fire, heroes become homeless
When the wildfires approached Santa Rosa, Calif., the Robles family saved four elderly residents from the assisted living facility where they lived and worked. The Robleses, who have a particularly precarious situation, are now left to fend for themselves to pick up the pieces.
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