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State files lawsuit against mobile home park after residents constantly lose water
GASTON COUNTY, N.C. — Residents of a mobile home park in Gaston County said they don’t have constant running water to take baths, wash clothes or cook.
The water was out for an entire week, at one point.
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The Department of Environmental Equality filed a lawsuit against the owner of the Donna Lynn Mobile Home Community.
“People can’t live like that,” said Patricia Thompson resident and mother of three children.
In the video at the top of this webpage, reporter Ken Lemon speaks with aggravated residents and explains the details in the lawsuit.
(Watch the video below: Crews work to fix damaged water main pipe in South End)
Crews work to fix damaged water main pipe in South End

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