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Aftershock adds to trauma for quake survivors in seaside city

Residents sat outside the Asylum of St. Vincent De Paul, where they have been sleeping since the quake damaged its buildings. Residents sat outside the Asylum of St. Vincent De Paul, where they have been sleeping since the quake damaged its buildings. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / January 21, 2010

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She had slept on the street for seven nights after last week’s devastating earthquake, so when the skies filled with rain clouds, Diememe Labrise decided to return to her damaged, but still intact, peach-colored home. (Full article: 932 words)

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