Warner Robins Housing Authority says they are tending to the ceiling that collapsed Thursday afternoon at the T.J. Calhoun Homes.
"If we are notified, we will follow the guidelines and get it fixed within 24 hrs. That's what HUD tells us to do, that's what we do," says Director of Development Oscar Mason.
The patched up ceiling is just a temporary solution for the collapsed ceiling that injured Wayne Brundridge Thursday afternoon, but residents here want to know why the Warner Robins Housing Authority is taking so long to permanently close the hole.
"The hole cannot be closed up until the surrounding area has a chance to air dry, and then the contractor will go in and patch the hole, seal it, and paint it," says Mason.
The housing authority says by Monday, repairs of the hole should be complete. Mason says they are waiting until then, so they don't run into other problems.