Richard Overton, the US's oldest living World War II veteran, is at risk of being forced to leave his home because of the spiralling cost of the round-the-clock care he requires at the age of 110.
In a bid to prevent Overton having to move out, his family have embarked on a GoFundMe campaign to raise the $150,000 required to cover those costs for a year.
Overton served in the south Pacific from 1942-1945 and built the house in Austin, Texas, himself after he left the military and has lived there for over 60 years.
One of his few remaining living relatives, Volma Overton, set up the...
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