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Illustration by Annie Maynard

What science says about the conditions and potential hazards families have been living with at the Mac. Read more

North Carolina

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Cameron Beach — The 9th Street Journal

Uprooted from their imperfect home, Shimey Harvey and her son have lost more than an apartment as they wait for the evacuation to end. Read more

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Photo by Caitlin Penna

The DHA inspected 346 units at McDougald Terrace and found 211 stoves with elevated carbon monoxide levels, along with 38 furnaces and 34 hot water heaters. Read more

Durham County

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Photo by Jade Wilson

So far, inspectors have found carbon monoxide emissions from 133 stoves, 34 water heaters and 35 furnaces. Read more

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Screenshot taken from video by Thomasi McDonald

“Counting on the market to solve this problem and have the government absolve itself of its actual responsibility hasn’t worked. This is the proof.” Read more

Durham County

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Photo by Jade Wilson

Never underestimate what a thief will do to take advantage of someone’s misfortune. Read more

Durham County

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Durham Housing Authority

“Preliminary and confirmatory testing were negative for carbon monoxide in all three cases.” Read more

Durham County

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Photo by Jade Wilson

The dangerous gas is coming from stoves and heaters. Read more

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Courtesy of Leonardo Williams

Zweli''s Kitchen is gathering donations to provide meals and supplies to the over 300 Durham Housing Authority residents evacuated following carbon monoxide concerns. Read more

Durham County

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Durham Housing Authority

“What can you tell me that would help me feel comfortable letting my kids go to sleep tonight?” Read more

Durham County