Fund is established for victims of blaze |

Fund is established for victims of blaze

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On Oct. 13 the rental home of Liz Gosh and Ivan Aguilar was destroyed due to an accidental electrical fire and they did not have renter’s insurance. Everything in the house was smoke damaged and is unusable, except for some items of clothing. The couple lost all their personal belongings and most of their unborn baby’s clothing and furniture. The baby is due in about six weeks.

Liz and Ivan are both longtime residents of South Lake Tahoe and are graduates of South Tahoe High School. She is manager of Rude Brothers and he is employed by Cornerstone Concrete. If anyone has a rental available, they can call Liz at Rude Brothers, (530) 541-8195, and leave a message.

An account has been opened at U.S. Bank, 2850 Lake Tahoe Blvd., for anyone who would like to give them financial support. The name of the account is Aguilar-Gosh Family Donation.

The family would like to offer a sincere thank-you to John’s Cleaner, who graciously cleaned their recovered items of clothing. They also thank everyone who is able to help.

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