With no place to go, Parika Backdam family seeks help

An injured Devanand Williams, his pregnant wife Savitree and their two children have no place to go after they were asked to leave the Parika Backdam residence they had been occupying.

After being forced to sleep on the street for one night, they are now seeking the public’s help, according to Savitree, who is six months pregnant. Their two children, a boy and girl, are seven and 11, respectively.

The family had been staying with Williams’ employer after he was hired on October 8. However, less than two weeks later, on October 20, Williams was fetching logs off a pontoon at …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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