Ex-residents still reeling from Superior Creek Lodge condemnation

Jennifer Gross-Wrinkle, left, and Michael Disman, interviewed on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, in Chattanooga, Tenn., talk about their struggles after becoming homeless when East Ridge inspectors condemned the Superior Creek Lodge in July. They lived in a tent for a while, but are now staying in the apartment of a relative while they try to find a place of their own.
photo Jennifer Gross-Wrinkle, left, and Michael Disman, interviewed on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, in Chattanooga, Tenn., talk about their struggles after becoming homeless when East Ridge inspectors condemned the Superior Creek Lodge in July. They lived in a tent for a while, but are now staying in the apartment of a relative while they try to find a place of their own.

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* Former Superior Creek Lodge residents to get no financial support from East Ridge * What will happen to Superior Creek Lodge? * Cook: Superior Creek Lodge situation is a crisis on top of a crisis * Superior Creek Lodge pets also needed relocating * 1,500 people, 300 families displaced by condemned buildings in East Ridge * East Ridge officials condemn two buildings at Superior Creek Lodge

Jennifer Gross-Wrinkle doesn't remember everywhere she's lived since her home was condemned Sept.