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After fire, donation of motor home leaves Paso Robles man in tears “These are happy tears,” said Billy Tosch as he looked around the RV donated to him by Hugh Robinson. Tosch lost his previous motor home to a fire in Paso Robles. By David Middlecamp captions and subtitles off, selected “These are happy tears,” said Billy Tosch as he looked around the RV donated to him by Hugh Robinson. Tosch lost his previous motor home to a fire in Paso Robles. By David Middlecamp Just a week ago, Billy Tosch thought he’d lost everything when a sudden fire reduced the RV he called home to a blackened frame and ash. Little did Tosch know, however, his fortunes would completely change in a matter of days, thanks to the kindness of strangers from throughout San Luis Obispo County brought together by social media and a Tribune story. On Friday, the good will all came together in a touching moment, when Tosch received a replacement RV from a Nipomo resident. The donation of a fully outfitted and working home on wheels brought Tosch to tears. “I think it’s the most beautiful thing in the world, I really do,” Tosch said. “I thought I lost everything. I’ll have this the rest of my life. This is my home.” Social media helps bring together Good Samaritans On the evening of Feb. 26, Tosch’s previous RV, his home of two years, caught fire and burned to rubble before his eyes in a matter […]