Audio slide show: She’s 97 and homeless
Bessie Mae Berger, center, and her two sons represent a most unusual face of homelessness in Los Angeles County. She's 97. Her sons Larry, left, and Charlie are both in their 60s. The three of them live together -- in a 1973 Chevy Suburban. [Updated: Berger and her two sons have received a temporary home, compliments of a nonprofit Los Angeles housing group. Bessie Mae Berger died Monday, Jan. 20, in a Sherman Oaks hospital after suffering a stroke and heart attack. Click here for story]
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