Meth dumpster removed from property

The meth dumpster that neighbors says was a health hazard has been removed

By Morgan Briesmaster | mbriesmaster@whbf.com, Tiffany Lundberg | tlundberg@whbf.com

Published 06/02 2015 10:52PM

Updated 06/02 2015 10:52PM

Several months after a former meth lab was discovered in Moline.
 
A nearby dumpster containing potentially hazardous materials was removed. 
 
As you may remember, Carol Huber's home in Moline was next to that meth house. When she heard Local 4 New's story about meth houses last month, she contacted the station to see what could be done about the dumpster in her backyard.
 
Huber told Local 4 News that she believed it was a health hazard to her and others living in the area.
 
Local 4 News is happy to report, less than a week after her story ran, the dumpster was removed.
 
"I just don't feel that I should have to go through that much trouble to secure my own health and safety," Huber said, "that as a citizen of Moline and as a taxpayer I should be listened to better than that."
 
Huber says while it took longer than hoped, she's glad it's finally gone.

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