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Trauma Before and After the Camp Fire

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After a very difficult upbringing and early adulthood, Sabrina Hanes is doing everything she can to overcome the trauma she experienced and give her daughter, Aroara, the best possible life.  (Anne Wernikoff/KQED)

Paradise was a city where a lot of people already carried more than their share of trauma from childhood. Now, as many work to piece their lives back together they have the added weight of trauma from the Camp Fire. Our reporter was in Paradise this past summer and tells us about one woman who is now struggling with both kinds of trauma.

Guest: Laura Klivans, KQED health reporter

Tap here to see pictures of Sabrina and her daughter Aroara.


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