Mari Mitchel

Montecito homeowner and evacuee

Montecito homeowner and evacuee

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A year after Mari Mitchel and her husband survived the debris flow in Montecito, she recounts her experience and shares how she’s doing.

Montecito survivor reflects: ‘We will never return to this house’

A year after Mari Mitchel and her husband survived the debris flow in Montecito, she recounts her experience and shares how she’s doing.

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