Georgia: Child’s asthma flareup tied to meth labs buried under rental home

Georgia – Billy Jack Goodwin and his family had only been living in their rental home for two weeks, exactly the same amount of time that his daughter began experiencing more problems with her asthma. Goodwin recently discovered why – someone had dug out an area under the house to use as a hidden meth lab.

Police discovered six meth labs under the house that were so large they could only be removed after they cut large holes in the floor inside the house.

According to MyFox Atlanta, “After two days of cleanup, the Goodwin family was allowed back inside. They said they have a hard time believing something so dangerous was right underneath their floorboards.”

The home had recently been purchased, after being vacant for a long period of time.

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