Homes in the the Parc Tony Colin community in Bon Repos. Most of the residents of the community were moved from the Tabarre neighborhood where they lived in tents after the 2010 earthquake. Many residents are having problems with rain that leaks in through the holes made by the nails on their roofs and their walls are starting to deteriorate from water damage.
Homes in the the Parc Tony Colin community in Bon Repos. Most of the residents of the community were moved from the Tabarre neighborhood where they lived in tents after the 2010 earthquake. Many residents are having problems with rain that leaks in through the holes made by the nails on their roofs and their walls are starting to deteriorate from water damage. Marie Arago For ProPublica
Homes in the the Parc Tony Colin community in Bon Repos. Most of the residents of the community were moved from the Tabarre neighborhood where they lived in tents after the 2010 earthquake. Many residents are having problems with rain that leaks in through the holes made by the nails on their roofs and their walls are starting to deteriorate from water damage. Marie Arago For ProPublica

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