SAN ANTONIO — A group of U.S. Air Force families are suing over what they call toxic conditions at military housing units in San Antonio.
Specifically, the lawsuit names Hunt Military Communities, which operated housing at Randolph and Laughlin military bases.
The allegations state toxic mold and roach infestations made people sick.
"This is a national scandal and it's a threat to our national security," said attorney Jim Moriarty. "The military has sort of washed their hands of this problem."
Attorney Ryan Reed adds that families have had to throw away beds, towels and sheets so they don't contaminate their new property with mold.
The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.