Susan Morgan

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One Highland Park house has 25 beds that typically stay full. But now only 15 people live there. Some left for fear of their health during the coronavirus pandemic.

Woman in LA house for 25 residents: Social distancing is tougher than it sounds

One Highland Park house has 25 beds that typically stay full. But now only 15 people live there. Some left for fear of their health during the coronavirus pandemic.

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