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  • 20-year-old tells his story of leaving Charleston

    Sterlin Casseus, 20, left his West Ashley home in Charleston and is staying at the Red Cross shelter that was set up at White Knoll high school in Lexington county.

Sterlin Casseus, 20, left his West Ashley home in Charleston and is staying at the Red Cross shelter that was set up at White Knoll high school in Lexington county. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
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