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A Missouri couple said they just recently discovered the home they purchased was once used as a meth lab, and after their unborn baby tested positive for the drug.
According to reports, on Tuesday, the Elisa and He said that she was stunned after doctors found traces of the drug in her system, and that of her unborn daughter.
Elisha and Tyler Hessel, an ultrasound image of their unborn daughter.
Neither she, nor her husband, Tyler, He is to have ever used methamphetamine, and Elisha said, at the Pc. Louis’ KSDK-TV.
“When they called me, I didn’t know what it meant. So, I asked the nurse if that meant that, like drugs in general. They would have just said ‘yes’ and asked me if I could explain to him that,” she said.
The couple later discovered that their four-bedroom house in Jefferson County was once a meth lab. According to the police report, obtained by KSDK-TV, the house on Jefferson County’s list of 2013 in meth lab seizures.
By Missouri law, and that the sellers are required to disclose to buyers if a property has historically been used as a meth lab.
The They said they have carried out their own tests in the house, and it was dangerous amounts of amphetamines remain in the home and in the air.
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The They now have to live with Elisa’s mother. According to a GoFundMe page, in the cleanup of the contamination is going to cost them $100,000, “without any help from the insurance company.”
“Everyone wants to have a home of their own when they bring their baby “home”, ” Elisha told WFAA. “A lot of disappointment and upset about it, but I need to be sure to are very upset about it as well.”
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Elisa said she has been tested negative for amphetamine in her blood. Her daughter, who is expected to be in January, and will be tested when they are born, it is, ” she said.