SAN ANTONIO -- It looks like a dump in the middle of a mobile home park in South Bexar County.
About 40 families are living among discarded furniture, trash and, worst of all, raw sewage. Some of the people who live at the Lakeview Mobile Home Park on Hildebrandt near South Foster Road have complained to the county.
Thursday morning, several county and state agencies went out to inspect the mess. One woman, who asked not to be identified, said she is sick of all the trash overflowing from the trash dumpsters right next to her home.
“Some people, they don't throw it because it's full," the woman told us.. The dogs get into it, and then the air blows. As you can see, it’s everywhere.”
Bexar County Fire Marshal, Craig Roberts said they found a number of violations, including an open field with raw sewage. These homes are both owned privately and by the owner of the park, Fred Hudson. Hudson says he charges the people low rent and can't afford to keep the place up.
“It’s not out of control the way they interpret it," argued Hudson. "People are not in any danger here like they say they are.”
County officials say Hudson has 30 days to take care of the health and safety violations.