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Victoria Towers tenant attempts to move on after fire

It's been called one of the worst urban disasters in Prince George's history. Early this month, a fire at the Victoria Towers apartment building forced 100 residents out of their homes. In the weeks since, no one's been allowed back to live in their apartment, and dozens of people are still homeless. Among them is Tony Wedinga. He invited Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata along. as he packed up his apartment in an effort to move on.

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