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Military families worried about moldy conditions at JBLM

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SEATTLE — Military families in Washington state have raised concerns saying housing at their base made them sick.

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KOMO-TV reported Thursday that multiple families who were living on Joint Base Lewis-McChord are now living in motels and recreational vehicles because of moldy conditions.

Private company officials from Lincoln Military Housing say they are working to fix the problem.

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Army wife Kelsey White says the mold gave her family serious health issues including her 7-month-old son Tobias.

Company officials say the White family was put in a motel and then moved to an RV since no other on-base housing was offered.

Company officials say they are preparing a statement in response to concerns.

Attorneys for the White family and 22 other military families expect to file a lawsuit in the next few months.

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