Tenants complain about conditions of dead man's apartment in Mount Kisco

Residents of a Mount Kisco apartment complex are still living with the death of one of its residents nearly a month ago.

The badly decomposed body of Bradley Thune was found in his sixth-floor apartment on November 11. Police say the 400-pound man had been dead for about three weeks and the death was not suspicious. Residents on that floor were complaining about a lingering smell. They say the smell has improved but they are now concerned about flies and other insects, which appear to be coming from Thune?s apartment.

Neighbors also say the door is still damaged from when police used a sledge hammer to open it. A representative from the company that manages the building says all the problems will be addressed.

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