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Sandusky Register Reports: Several Families affected by the Clyde-area Childhood Cancer Cluster Retained Victim's Rights Attorneys

14 November 2012 Published in Blog
The Sandusky Register Reports: "The families, including Wendy and Warren Brown, the parents of 11-year-old Alexa Brown who died of brain cancer in 2009, said in a statement late Tuesday night they're devastated a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency investigation found high levels of PCBs and toxic metals in the soil at Whirlpool Park. 

Clyde Families Want Answers After EPA Finds Playground was Toxic Sludge Site

14 November 2012 Published in Blog
Alan W. Mortensen and Dustin Lance of Dewsnup, King & Olsen have been hired by the families of children who have been sickened or died in a cancer cluster surrounding Clyde, Ohio. A press conference was held earlier today wherein the attorneys and the families they represent discussed the recent EPA report which indicates that a former children's park in Green Springs served as a dumping ground for cancer-causing chemicals.     For more info click here.     

Sundusky Register: Watch the Full Cancer Cluster Press Conference

14 November 2012 Published in Blog
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Clyde Cancer Cluster Families Very Concerned by EPA's Recent Findings

14 November 2012 Published in News
Whirlpool Children?۪s Park used as a PCB filled Dumping Ground Several members of the families of children who have died or been stricken with cancer in what has become known as the ???Clyde Children?۪s Cancer Cluster?۝ are devastated to learn the results of a United States Environmental Protection Agency report that was recently released.  The report discloses that Whirlpool Park, built for children in the Clyde area to play, is also a dumping ground full of PCBs and Toxic Metals filled sludge.  The sludge is described in the EPA Report to be over nine feet in depth in places.  The families are equally outraged to learn that the fact that the Whirlpool Park was used as a dumping site was not disclosed by Whirlpool itself, but rather was discovered once the US EPA set up a confidential hotline where people could call and inform the EPA of toxic dumping sites…