Property manager’s refusal to fix elevator in Lauderhill hurts cancer patient who wants to go home
It would be nice if Shanna Gibson, a retiree, could spend her final days in the comfort of her home at the International Village in Lauderhill, but the cancer patient has been in a hospice facility for about a week instead.
Man claims South Florida BMW dealership wrecked his car that was in for service and is hiding details about crash
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Long story short, a guy buys a car and takes it into the dealership for service. Oscar Medina told Local 10 News' Layron Livingston that there have been multiple issues with his new BMW M4 convertible. According to the crash report, his car rear-ended another car, causing a chain reaction crash. The manager also said the dealer’s insurance was going to take care of the car repairs, along with the others involved. The expert said Medina should call his insurance company and let them know to direct those claims to the dealership.
Russian roulette after business transaction leaves debt to new owner
It asks about his experience with Parkwood, who he dealt with at the company, and how much he spent. The last question on the questionnaire, specifically, asks about “personal interactions” with Parkwood’s owners: Yuriy Sorochev and Oleksandr Savchuk. The LITL team tracked Savchuk down in Naples, last October. We tracked Sorochev to a different company—Perfect Pavers in Fort Lauderdale. “Time is the most precious thing that we have, and nobody can return to us the time that we’ve wasted; the energy that we’ve wasted.
Dispelling the disinformation about popular disinfectant
“This is why I don’t trust certain things at all.”The focus of the video is a can of Lysol disinfectant spray. “They should be giving these away all over the world," said Mike Marshall, a South Florida resident. “The virus has only been around -- discovered -- for a couple of months, at most,” said Robert Wiseman, another South Florida resident. As of today, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has killed more than 1,800 people and sickened more than 73,000 people across the world, mostly in China. "It's scary,” said Dwight Stirrup, a South Florida resident.