The state Supreme Court is considering an appeal from a local family claiming exposure to toxic mold in their Moosic home 13 years ago made them severely ill.

On Tuesday, the court agreed to entertain the case filed by David and Leslie Gleason in 2001 in Lackawanna County, claiming Moosic borough and contractors performed sewer work that flooded their home and caused toxic mold to form inside.

The Gleasons claim Moosic borough, M.F. Ronca & Sons of Bethlehem and Michael J. Pasonick Jr. and Associates of Wilkes-Barre completed sanitary sewer system work in 1993 that led to the flooding and toxic mold growth in their home on Gleason Drive.

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