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Sifting through rubble: One couple return to what is left of their home

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) — Creek Fire evacuees finally getting closure after seeing firsthand what is left of their homes.

Tuesday morning 26 residences from Auberry were given the opportunity to sift through the rubble and grab what is left. 

Gail and Ron Rogers have lived in Auberry for 20 years and now the only thing standing is their fireplace.

Gail said this is a devastating time for many but is looking on the bright side. 

“We don’t have to worry about the freezer and refrigerator and rotting food,” said Gail.

Dozens of people who lost their homes due to the Creek Fire were given this opportunity.

Sgt. Erica Rascon with the Fresno County Sheriff Department said they are allowing people to visit their destroyed homes by zones. 

“People need to realize there is down trees down power lines that are getting moved out of the way to make the road

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Bradenton family says two-week repair has left them without a home for nearly three months

BRADENTON, Fla. (WFLA) – Sherrie Guevara and her three daughters have been staying with family members and friends since early July when a repair project began inside their apartment unit in Bradenton.

She says she was asked to vacate her unit at Westbriar for two weeks, but nearly three months later, the repairs still aren’t finished.

“After the initial first two weeks, every time I would contact my landlord to ask for an update, he would tell me it would be another week, and then the following week it would be another week, and then the following week it would be another week,” said Guevara.

She says nearly three months without a stable place to live has been tough.

“It has been very stressful because I have been displaced with three of my kids. We are in the middle of COVID feeling kind of homeless at this point not having

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Woman accidentally washes her sink in hand sanitiser and the game-changing mistake has left her kitchen taps gleaming

A WOMAN has shared how she accidentally washed her sink with hand sanitiser and the game-changing mistake has left her taps gleaming. 

Emma Ramsey, from Essex, said she now swears by using the anti-bacterial gel and says it works better than any cleaning products she had tried in the past. 

Emma Ramsey said her sink has never looked more 'sparkly' after cleaning it with hand sanitiser

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Emma Ramsey said her sink has never looked more ‘sparkly’ after cleaning it with hand sanitiserCredit: FAMILY LOCKDOWN TIPS & IDEAS/Facebook

Taking to Facebook, she shared some before and after photos of her sink, which she said now looks “sparkly.”

She wrote on the group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas: “**CLEANING HACK**.

“So, I stumbled upon this completely by accident the other day when washing my hands with anti bacterial hand-wash in the bathroom basin. 

“I quickly washed the basin out smothering it in anti bac hand-wash and noticed how sparkly the taps were and still are! 

Emma said the hand gel has worked better than using stainless steel cleaner

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