Cleanup underway for dirty basements in Coney Island

Residents of a West 33rd street building say they have been dealing with mosquitos from stagnant water and a foul odor due to a drainage

BROOKLYN - Residents of a West 33rd street building say they have been dealing with mosquitos from stagnant water and a foul odor due to a drainage problem.

New York City Housing Authority workers were out punping the basement Monday. NYCHA says the clean-up could take several weeks.

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