Displaced Yonkers residents wish to be home for holidays

More than 60 displaced Yonkers residents are really missing home Friday as they prepare for Passover and Easter holidays in a hotel.



A total of 100 residents were evacuated from 95-97 Walsh Road on March 11 after a retaining wall behind the building collapsed and caused a mudslide. Blue tarps are still covering the ground where the mudslide happened, but there is currently no work being done.



Robert Schroh is one of the residents who has been living at the Ramada Inn in Yonkers. He says he is really fed up and wants to get back to his life.



There's still no official word as to when the residents can return home.


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