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Bed-Stuy family living in public housing finally gets needed repairs

Edwina Huntley's apartment in the Louis Armstrong Houses

Edwina Huntley's apartment in the Louis Armstrong Houses needed repairs after a leak in her upstairs bathroom. (Credit: News 12 )

A Bedford-Stuyvesant family who had been living in horrendous conditions in their public housing unit finally got the help they needed Friday after News 12 Brooklyn made a visit.

Edwina Huntley's apartment in the Louis Armstrong Houses needed repairs after a leak in her upstairs bathroom. However, she wasn't receiving the help she needed until News 12 visited the home two weeks ago.

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