Woman in Coney Island apartment overrun with mold moves into new home

The Brooklyn woman who said her Coney Island apartment was full of mold will move into her new home Wednesday.

The Brooklyn woman who said her Coney Island apartment was full of mold will move into her new home Wednesday. (10/7/15)

BROOKLYN - The Brooklyn woman who said her Coney Island apartment was full of mold will move into her new home Wednesday.

Stephanie Ahmed says the New York City Housing Authority visited her old home more than a dozen times but never fixed it.

Ahmed, who is pregnant, says she feared for the health and safety of her family.

 

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