Blind Manchester teen helps stop foreclosure auction of her house

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Blind Manchester teen helps stop foreclosure auction of her house

Blind Manchester teen helps stop foreclosure auction of her house

WMUR-

A 17-year-old legally blind girl’s written plea for help halted the foreclosure auction of her family home in Manchester.

Lindsey Vachon suffers from a series of genetic conditions so rare that she is only one of five people in the world who has them. With just hours left before their house could be sold, Lindsey and her mother, Lynn Vachon, were in court trying to avert disaster.

A lawyer filed a motion Tuesday afternoon to stop the process less than 18 hours before the house was supposed to go up for sale.

“The foreclosure and the auction just became too big,” Lynn Vachon said. “Too big for me to help or understand or take care of, and then my hero stepped in.”

[WMUR]

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