2/17/2012Clyde, Ohio for contamination Monday that could be the source of about 37 childhood cancer cases in the area. Most of the sites that were being surveyed were former dumpsites, but were closes for 1970. Formulated Products had a vacant lot where hundreds of chemical drums were removed in the 1990s and is believe to be a cause of the outbreak of child cancer since 1996. Whirlpool is the largest company in the region of Clyde to be looked at by the EPA. They have four separate sites that employ over 3000 people.
Steve Wolfe, the on-scene coordinator for the EPA, said that the public can expect results from the tests in late spring or early summer. Warren Brown, Sandusky County Administrator, lost his daughter Alexa Brown, 11-years-old, from cancer in 2009. He said, “The U.S. EPA study can produce only good results.”
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