Discarded Mobile Homes a Growing Problem NPR's Adam Hochberg reports that some local governments are taking steps to rid their communities of junked mobile homes. In some rural areas, there are thousands of abandoned trailers dumped in the woods and along roadsides. They are often difficult and costly to remove.
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Discarded Mobile Homes a Growing Problem

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Discarded Mobile Homes a Growing Problem

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NPR's Adam Hochberg reports that some local governments are taking steps to rid their communities of junked mobile homes. In some rural areas, there are thousands of abandoned trailers dumped in the woods and along roadsides. They are often difficult and costly to remove.