A Baltimore woman was “blown off” her toilet in 2014 after a sewer line back up. Angela Wright says, “I was literally covered in feces. Are you kidding me who wants that?” The incident caused $14,000 in unpaid damages.
The city hired contractors Heitkamp and Spinello to clean the sewer line in Wright’s neighborhood with high-pressure hoses, according to Fox 45.
She is suing several parties including the Mayor, City Council and two contractors for repairs, physical and emotional injuries.
Dre’s #breakfastbite.. Who should take care of the repairs? @92qjamsbmore
Kevin Boardley The woman should pay for the damage
Toiya Best All depends on where the original damage stems from.
whthershey209 How does one get blown off the toilet? I’m lost
officialtay Housing Companies or the state depending how serious
mseyecandyyy Do she own the house? Lol
i_am_legend83 @drejohnson1 She must been dtopping bombs lol im sitting here dying laughing trying to imagine this lol gm bro ITS TOO EARLY for this 💩
blissfulibra Is she an owner or a renter? Was it damage to the internal plumbing which is the responsibility of the home’s owner and may be covered by the insurance…OR…Was it damage to the exterior sewer lines which is the responsibility of the City she lives in? Whatever the case, as an adult, I wouldn’t be going into year 2 with my bathroom messed up; THAT’S DISGUSTING & probably FUNKY!!
iam_snowwhite Once you’re a homeowner you become responsible, if there is a case of proving negligence on behalf of the city then she could be reimbursed.
jpslater1983 She must have been dropping some serious 💩 😂😂😂. Is she owns the home I guess that’s her problem
i_am_legend83 I’m sure that it smells come on man 2 yrs of that lol the whole house full of 💩💩💩💩💩 lol
whthershey209 Her claims seem to be full of 💩💩
warrenbfit4life The city is 100% responsible. As a homeowner, you’re only responsible if the issue originated on your side of the property line
bayone34 It’s the state responsibility
iamdjbunk @drejohnson1 ewww both people should