Gaynisha Williams, who has asthma, says she fears the black-mold like substance in her bathroom, pictured here in a file photo, will make her sick.
Gaynisha Williams, who has asthma, says she fears the black-mold like substance in her bathroom, pictured here in a file photo, will make her sick. Gregory Castillo WLRN
Gaynisha Williams, who has asthma, says she fears the black-mold like substance in her bathroom, pictured here in a file photo, will make her sick. Gregory Castillo WLRN

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