D.C. rallies to save home of former paramedic
Occupy Our Homes DC on Monday rallied to help stop the eviction of Deborah Harris. Harris worked for 23 years as a Paramedic EMT with the D.C. Fire Department before suffering an injury on the job, causing her to fall behind on her mortgage.
Close to 2:30 p.m. Deborah Harris emerged from the building and said Chase would investigate and call the lawyer of Freddie Mac. She thanked the demonstrators, saying without Occupy Our Homes D.C., "they would've brushed me off." Harris also said the bank would keep her informed on a daily basis.