Homeless 49ers fan teen placed in foster home
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A homeless 15-year-old spotted at the Seattle Seahawks victory parade, dressed in 49ers gear, has a new home.
Images of Ronnie Andrews being booed by Seahawks fans during their Super Bowl parade went viral. Since then, a Bay Area booster club called "Ladies of the Empire" raised money for him on a crowd funding site.
Ronnie has now been placed in a foster home in Washington State. He was actually moved from one home to another because of media attention. They say he is healthy and happy.
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