Dallas Man Body Found Dead Amid Hoards of Clutter in Home

Dallas Man Body Found Dead Amid Hoards of Clutter in Home

A Dallas, Texas home was so full of hoards of clutter and mess that it ended up taking two days before the owner’s body was finally found among the debris, stated Texas authorities and emergency workers on Friday. It was only after Dallas city officials got a contractor to eradicate piles of rubble from the home were cadaver dogs able to aid working crews, dressed in protective uniforms, detect the deceased man, age 67, at time of his death.

At one certain time while searching, emergency staff who had to look through numerous piles of litter without discovering the body ended up cutting holes inside the roof to be able to obtain access to the attic. The rubbish was as high as the ceiling in several different parts of the house.

There were the remains of dogs and a raccoon discovered in the filth which caused distraction to the cadaver dogs. There were also milk jugs of the gallon size which were filled with urine due to the bathroom being unreachable because of the mess and clutter.

A member of Dallas Fire-Rescue stated that they were unable to move around the house or find anything in there. The police had been called to the house last weekend for a welfare check after the anonymous man had not been in contact with anyone since March 15.

Cleaning personnel who were in both breathing equipment and also protective outfits could be seen this past week taking away load after load of garbage from the home. One neighbor declared that it truly looked as though the unidentified man had not thrown anything away for 20 years after seeing all the clutter.

It is unclear if there is foul play suspected surrounding the death of the man. Homicide detectives are indeed aiding with the investigation, but the authorities have not revealed to the public any details as to why the detectives’ are involved at the present time.

A Chihuahua was found alive in the middle of the clutter pile. A friend of the deceased man told the public that he had taken the tiny dog and was now caring for it. He stated that he gave the little animal a bath and cleaned him up really well because he knew the dog meant everything to the deceased man.

At one time during the looking process , emergency personnel who had searched through numerous clutters of debris without being able to find finding the man cut holes in the roof to gain access through the attic. The debris reached to the ceiling in some areas.

The Dallas home of a deceased man was so filled with debris and mess that it ended up taking two days before the owner’s body was finally found among the debris, stated Texas authorities and emergency workers on Friday. It was only after Dallas city officials got a contractor to eradicate piles of rubble from the home were cadaver dogs able to aid working crews, dressed in protective uniforms, detect the deceased man, age 67 at time of his death.

By Kimberly Ruble

Sources:

FOX News

ABC News

The San Francisco Gate

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