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97-Year-Old Burlingame Woman Facing Eviction Dies in Burlingame Home

Marie Hatch was being forced out of her cottage in Burlingame after living there for more than six decades.

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    A 97-year-old woman fighting an eviction notice on the Peninsula died late Thursday. Laura Malpert reports. (Published Friday, March 4, 2016)

    A 97-year-old woman fighting an eviction notice on the Peninsula died late Thursday.

    Marie Hatch was being forced out of her cottage in Burlingame after living there for more than six decades. The notice came after her landlord and close friend passed away and the new landlord decided to sell the property.

    A law firm has since stepped in to help Hatch pro bono.

    On Thursday night, Hatch's attorneys claim that the eviction caused her death. Hatch was also battling cancer.

    97-Year-Old Woman Facing Eviction Files Lawsuit to Stay in Her Burlingame Home

    [BAY] 97-Year-Old Woman Facing Eviction Files Lawsuit to Stay in Her Burlingame Home
    A 97-year-old woman was promised she could live in her home for the rest of her life and is now facing eviction by a new landlord. Michelle Roberts reports.
    (Published Friday, Feb. 26, 2016)

    Her lawyers plan to continue fighting the eviction on behalf of Hatch's roommate, who is also being forced out.

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