Bernarda Pineda, of Marysville, was notified Feb. 20 that she was being deported to Honduras, a country she fled from 12 years ago in an attempt to escapeongoing violence, poverty and drug problems. Her daughters (from left), Sherly, 14, Stacey, 9, and Sheyla, 11, face an uncertain future without their mother,who is set to depart the U.S. on March 19. The girls will need to relocate to Chicago to live with their father. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Bernarda Pineda, of Marysville, was notified Feb. 20 that she was being deported to Honduras, a country she fled from 12 years ago in an attempt to escapeongoing violence, poverty and drug problems. Her daughters (from left), Sherly, 14, Stacey, 9, and Sheyla, 11, face an uncertain future without their mother,who is set to depart the U.S. on March 19. The girls will need to relocate to Chicago to live with their father. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

This single mom will be deported — without her three daughters

Bernarda Pineda, a Marysville resident since 2011, fled impoverished and dangerous Honduras 12 years ago.

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