Pictured is Whirlpool Park located in Green Springs, Ohio – The 27-acre park was owned by Whirlpool Corp. from 1950’s to 2008. The park was tested for harmful chemicals. Please check back for the most up to date information, links and videos.
The area in Sandusky County where an alarming number of children have developed cancer is often referred to as the Clyde Cancer Cluster. This page is dedicated to being a resource page for all things related to the cancer cluster and the legal matters involved. Charles Boyk is working alongside Alan Mortensen based out of Utah to find the cause of the nearly 40 children who have developed pediatric cancer in the area. Being informed is crucial. Below are links to help keep you informed with up-to-date information regarding this matter.
Click here to stay connected to the Clyde Cancer Cluster Facebook.
Follow this link to stay connected to the Clyde Cancer Cluster Youtube.
If you would like a Form Letter to send to government officials, please click here.
For the case there are different legal documents involved, including the complaint. If you would like to be able to view the different documents pertaining to this, click here.
The Clyde cancer Cluster has been in the news quite often since it was recognized, with many stations having multiple stories on Clyde to stay current with the investigation. Being in the news has been important so that awareness can be raised about the seriousness of the situation. If you would like to view a list of the news stories that the Clyde Cancer Cluster has been in, click here.
On top of the written news articles, the Clyde coverage also has had video newscoverage. If you would like to stay connected by watching these, click here for the whole list of videos pertaining to the Clyde Cancer Cluster.
On Monday May 27, 2013 there was a town hall meeting that was held at Fremont Ross High School. It was designed to be an informative session with a time where Clyde residents could ask questions and share their stories or opinions on the matter. About 145 people came to the meeting as well as many different representatives for local media. To view the stories that the media did about the town hall meeting, click here.
On Monday, May 15, 2013 in downtown Toledo there was a press conference held to release the results of the attic testing that was done. There were a significant number of news media representatives present. To view the stories that featured the May 15 press conference hosted by the Clyde Cancer Cluster Attorneys click here.
Press release for Ohio EPA’s data sheet release.
Before the case was filed with the court, there were many investigative reports and documents produced. To view a whole list of these investigative reports, including water tests and air quality reports, click here.
For more information about the Clyde Cancer Cluster lawsuit, call our Clyde cancer cluster attorneys at 800.637.8170 to speak with a lawyer and to set up a FREE consultation.
WNWO reporter reached out to attorney Chuck Boyk for his reaction to Whirlpool’s response in the Clyde Cancer Cluster lawsuit. Read Whirlpool files motion to dismiss lawsuit against them to learn more and to watch the video coverage.
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