People at a Las Vegas apartment complex were scrambling to find somewhere to go after they say the management told them they had to be out in 72 hours.
But that all changed after we went out there.
Most of the people at the Fremont Palms apartments said they are on a fixed income, which made management's demands to be out in 72 hours all the more difficult.
"It took every penny that we had to move in here," said Olivia Gaczi, who moved out from California to help her sick father.
They moved in Aug. 4 and paid $750.
"I'm not from here, I have no resources here, I have no family here. I'm my father's only daughter, he has no family here, and I don't know what to do. I don't know where to go from here," said Gaczi.
Her story is similar to so many others in this complex.
"I don't have anywhere else to go. I'll be homeless," said Jessie Dunlap, another resident.
Dunlap said he moved in there four years ago, and it has been rife with problems.
"It's normal for no hot water or sewage backup or not water at all," Dunlap said.
Gaczi said she called City Code Enforcement when the landlord would not provide hot water.
The city of Las Vegas said when code enforcement got there, they found out there was no gas and therefore no hot water, which is a code violation. They put up a sign, saying the complex is substandard and would have to close.
Management on property would not talk with us. But after our visit, the city said the apartments will no longer have to close.
They are working with Southwest Gas to fix the issue by the end of the day Wednesday.