WNWO Reports: Clyde Cancer Cluster families Devastated by New EPA Findings

14 November 2012 Published in Blog

WNWO reports:

"Families of residents living in the Clyde area who have been sickened by cancer say they are "devastated" by the findings of a new EPA report.

According to attorneys for the family members that are part of the so-called "Clyde Cancer Cluster," the report found that Whirlpool Park was a dumping ground for PCBs and a sludge filled with toxic metals.

In a statement released Tuesday, on the United States Environmental Protection Agency's findings, the victims' attorneys allege that Whirlpool did not disclose the information found in the EPA report."

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