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By Olivia Harnack
Cheney Free Press 

Malden family seeks help

Family of eight displaced after home burns


Last updated 8/3/2023 at 3:18pm

MALDEN — A family who lost their home in a Thursday morning, July 20, fire is asking for community support.

“It’s like our whole life just disappeared,” renter Alysha Galindo, 35, said. “It’s so much to process.”

Galindo lived in the home at 124 S. Main St. with Bobby Robbins, 37, and six children – Nevaeh, 15, Capryce,15, Skylar, 14, Danni, 11, Novah, 7, and Baynz, 6.

They were left homeless and lost most of their belongings as well as cherished memorabilia, a Chevrolet Suburban and pet bird, Sarah. Two of the family’s five dogs remain unaccounted for.

The family is curre...

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