A sign stands at 1488 NW 103rd St. in Miami to let passers-by know the government demolished the house even though the owner was on active military duty.
A sign stands at 1488 NW 103rd St. in Miami to let passers-by know the government demolished the house even though the owner was on active military duty. Natalie Fertig MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A sign stands at 1488 NW 103rd St. in Miami to let passers-by know the government demolished the house even though the owner was on active military duty. Natalie Fertig MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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