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Follow-Up: Trailer Park Evictions

AMARILLO, TEXAS - Several people living at the Amarillo Estates trailer park off of Pavillard road say the park is no longer renting out trailers to new tenants.

This is the same place where mass eviction notices went out after the land was foreclosed on and people didn't know who to pay their bills to anymore.

Since then, hundreds of tenants have moved out of their homes for fear of having an eviction on their credit scores.

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