Condo Association Maintenance Staff Work Fails, Causes Flood Into Lower Unit, Association Won’t Pay To Fix The damage

BOTHELL, Wash. — It wasn’t a storm, but a stranger’s mistake that left Kyle Dickenson’s condo in ruins.

Late last month, water leaked into Dickenson’s place in Cambria Hills from an outside source, causing massive damage. And now he’s left wondering if anyone will help.

In what’s left of his home, furniture and personal items are in complete disarray. The first-floor condo unit suffered water damage.

“I have no bathroom to use. There’s dry wall dust all over the place. There’s exposed carpet nails. They’re exposed electrical wires throughout the walls,” he said.

Dickenson says the leak came after some building maintenance was performed upstairs. He was told the news when he got home that night.

“The maintenance manager informed me that when they were hooking up the hose to the washer outlet on the third floor, it wasn’t hooked up properly, which caused a flood,” he said.

According to the Cambria Hills Condo Association, three units suffered damage. And while Dickenson doesn’t have home owners insurance, he wonders why he should pay for something that’s not his fault.
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