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Kansas City mobile home dumped illegally under a downtown bridge

Investigators in Kansas City, Missouri are trying to find out who illegally dumped an entire mobile home in the city. Officials said it was one of the largest illegally dumped items ever in Kansas City – a badly damaged mobile home that fell under the 23rd Street Bridge at Manchester Avenue. The mobile home has been there for five weeks. Passers-by often say it caught fire just a few days ago. Jackson County Administrator Troy Schulte released a statement late Monday afternoon about the home’s history: “Today county officials learned that a mobile home that had been purchased and removed from the site by a non-resident third party had been found abandoned and burned down in Kansas City, Mo. Records show that the former residents of the mobile home were relocated in March of this year and the mobile home was later purchased and removed by a third party purchaser on June 12, 2022. in their investigation along with the removal of the trailer and the cleanup of the site. They are trying to determine how and why it caught fire. “It has become a dumpster. I don’t know where I’m going to go with this in regards to an illegal dumping case because it wasn’t his intention for him to catch fire and now it’s garbage and now it’s our headache” “, Ashurst said. Leonard Fullbright drives on Manchester Avenue almost every day. He said the problem of illegal dumping has gradually worsened. “We see rubbish dumped daily, said Fullbright. “Piles of tires…and now our star is a dumped motorhome trailer.” “We try to keep this area clean,” Fullbright said. “If this is going to be a main thoroughfare in the stadium when football matches come on then I would hate for anyone outside of this country to see how poorly maintained it is. Someone has to care about this domain.” trying to determine if the fire was intentional.

Kansas City, Missouri investigators are trying to find out who illegally dumped an entire mobile home in town.

Officials said it was one of the largest illegally dumped items ever in Kansas City – a badly damaged mobile home that fell under the 23rd Street Bridge at Manchester Avenue.

The mobile home has been there for five weeks. Passers-by often say it caught fire just a few days ago.

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Jackson County Administrator Troy Schulte released a statement late Monday afternoon about the home’s history:

“Today county officials learned that a mobile home that was purchased and removed from the site by a non-resident third party was found abandoned and burned down in Kansas City, Missouri. Records show former residents of the mobile home were relocated in March of this year and the mobile home was subsequently purchased and removed by a third party purchaser on June 12, 2022.

“County staff contacted city officials and offered to assist with their investigation as well as trailer removal and site cleanup.”

Alan Ashurst is an illegal dumping investigator in Kansas City. He said he thought the trailer had been put in perfect condition and someone was living there.

He is trying to determine how and why it caught fire.

“It’s become a dumpster. I don’t know where I’m going to go with this in terms of an illegal dumping case because it wasn’t his intention for it to catch on fire and now it’s a dumpster and now it’s our headache,” Ashurst said.

Leonard Fulbright walks down Manchester Avenue almost every day. He said the problem of illegal dumping has gradually worsened.

“We see dumped rubbish daily,” Fullbright said. “Piles of tires…and now our star is a trailer of a trailer that’s been thrown away.”

He said the area seems to be hit quite frequently by illegal landfills and he would like to see some changes.

“We try to keep this area clean,” Fullbright said. “If this is going to be a main thoroughfare in the stadium when football matches come on then I would hate for anyone outside of this country to see how poorly maintained it is. Someone has to care about this domain.”

Authorities are trying to determine if the fire was intentional.



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