‘furious’ at state vulnerable sister’s home was left in

A DERRYGONNELLY woman has been left “furious” over the dangerous condition her vulnerable sister’s house was left in by Housing Executive maintenance workers. 

The 73-year-old resident of , who receives dialysis twice a week in Omagh, has been left with no entry to the front of her house due to work which was started by the NI Housing Executive over a week ago but, left unfinished.

A representative from the Housing Executive told the Herald the work was stopped because of “weather issues” and said their contractor was liaising with their tenant and that work to the steps is “expected to be completed within the next few days, weather permitting.”


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