LEXINGTON, KY (WAVE) –
More than 40 families are looking for a home Friday after an entire apartment
The Department of Code
Enforcement in Lexington said among the six pages of violations inspectors
found mold and raw sewage inside the Dinsmore Apartments.
Families living in the
units said they do not have the money to pick up and move in a matter of days.
One resident said leaving
the apartment is probably in their best interest, "My baby just had open lung
surgery. June 10 we came home and went back in for an infection that is non
surgery related and it could be the mold and the sewage. His fever was almost
105, he isn't even two yet."
The property has had three
different managers in recent years.
The current managers said
they are working with the city to find new apartments for everyone.
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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