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(WLNS) - An Eaton Rapids man, who may sound familiar because of his work to help the homeless in Lansing, is working his way around the Life O'Riley Mobile Home Park to assist residents.
The help comes just a day after the mobile home park was condemned by the Ingham County Health Department. 6 News Emerald Morrow was the only reporter on scene when the news broke at the Life O'Riley Mobile Home Park on Tuesday.
On top of residents being kicked out of their homes and forced to move, one of the mobile homes caught fire early Wednesday morning.
Mike Karl is at the mobile home park Wednesday helping the residents who are being kicked out with immediate needs such as hats, gloves, coats and formula for babies.
He is also helping some people find permanent housing.
Some have referred to Karl as "The Homeless Angel", but he says he's just a man trying to help a community.
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