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It’s been nearly six months since the Thomas fire destroyed hundreds of homes in Ventura and Santa Barbara, including the iconic Hawaiian Village apartment complex just west of Ventura’s City Hall. The tight knit community of 150 middle income, happy neighbors lived in a time warp of cheap rent, 1960s architecture and a panoramic view of the coast. We take a look at where those people are now and how their lives have changed.

Produced by Kathleen Reddington.

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Producers:
Kathleen Reddington

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