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February 5, 2013 7:19 PM

Trash from 'hoarder situation' lines sidewalk in front of historic Lexington home

From mid-morning into the night Tuesday, reeking refuse lined the sidewalk for nearly a block in front of a regal brick home at 515 North Broadway. The stench from the house and its contents was significant, but it didn't keep people from looking for treasures even before movers were finished hauling the items to the street.

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