Marysville Mobile Home Parks Worried About Potentially Explosive Methane In Drinking Water
Residents of a Marysville mobile home park are convinced there is methane gas in their tap water, years after a mobile home exploded during a power outage.
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#1 Jun 18, 2014
Why after so many years, it is coming to light about methane gas in the well. Since we moved here we noticed that the water was severely contaminated the smell and the debris in the water. I purchased this home in September 2013. The conditions of the commodes, black in the interior also in the tank, the drains were severely clogged.
The management as never made an effort to clarify the questions about the water. I pay $410.00 rent monthly for the lot which includes garbage and gas, which is questionable as when we received the PG&E we are being charged for gas.
All the residents should have been notified immediately of the dangers.
The health dangers are being ignored, I, myself have developed severe vertigo, fatigue and coughing has more often and I have coughed up blood from my lungs and from my nose. I DEMAND AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE.
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