SEATTLE — Louie Lactaoen collects firewood for his nightly fire. He knows an outdoor fire is not allowed where he’s living. For the last six months, he’s been living in a makeshift box cobblestoned from a tent, plywood and tarps in an unsanctioned camp called the Cloverleaf where Interstate 5 meets Interstate 90 in Seattle. “We have to do it because it’s very cold,” says Lactaoen. He said so far, the city hasn’t come into the camp and shut down his or other fires.
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