“It looks like a construction zone. Someone already got hurt. It’s time to fix it,” said Zayas.
Her father is 82-years-old.
Zayas says management tries to clean up the mess and make repairs, but the leak is still there. A spokesperson from the the New York City Housing Authority says, “Our staff has been working urgently to identify the source of the leak. We must do better to ensure all NYCHA residents have the safe, clean homes they deserve.”
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