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    January 19

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Woman wants out of shed

SDB Media,

Added 14 December 2019

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Mother of three, Lena Payne exiting the rodent infested garage which she converted into a home. (Picture by Kimberley Cummins.)

A Christ Church mother is crying out for assistance as rats have invaded the galvanised garage that she and her children have converted into a home.

Lena Payne, of Maxwell Plains, said that after several attempts to rectify her current circumstances, she had no other option than to highlight her plight since the situation is getting worse by the day.

Recalling an occasion when rat faeces fell on her bed one night, Payne said the final straw occurred recently when her six-year-old was treated for leptospirosis.

The unemployed woman said she was then forced to send her three children to stay with her mother and brother in their two-bedroom house out of fear that the Child Care Board would take them away. She explained that she could not join them because of an acrimonious relationship with her mother. (SDB Media)

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