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Mystery illness solved when family discovers new home was a meth lab

2 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

The foreclosed house for sale on the up-and-coming street pined for fresh paint and other fixes, but the Hankins family saw its potential.Plus, at $36,000, the price was perfect for a young family trying to make ends meet in small-town Klamath Falls, Ore."We said, 'It needs a little bit of love, but it's got good bones,'" Jonathan Hankins recalled. "We just had no idea that those bones were poisonous.
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