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(KSL News) A home in four days? That's no problem for Habitat for Humanity, with the help of some professional builders.
Work on the Magna home started Monday and wrapped up this evening.
After 200 hours helping build homes for others, Crystal Sylvester and her 11-year-old daughter now have a new home. "I've been waiting for two years, been putting in my sweat equity, helping on the other houses for Habitat and working with the volunteers. Finally it's my turn," Crystal said.
This is the 72nd home completed by the Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity.