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Eight Fort Wayne Families Still Without Homes After Fire

The families say managers of the Tamara Gardens Apartment Complex aren't helping them find new places to live.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Eight Fort Wayne families displaced by a June 8 fire at the Tamara Gardens Apartment Complex say the managers of the complex aren't helping them find new places to live.

The residents told ABC 21 in Fort Wayne that the only help they've received has been from the Red Cross, who gave them vouchers for a two-night hotel stay.

Tamara Gardens has a waiting list for vacant apartments, but managers say all the units are taken and that it's illegal to move the displaced residents to the top of the wait lists. They say they are trying to work with other apartment complexes to see if they have a place for the families, but have not yet found anything.

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