Memorial Day ended very emotionally in Fremont on Monday. Families affected by the Clyde Cancer Cluster joined together at a town hall meeting held at Fremont Ross High School to discuss the new findings in the case against Whirlpool Inc.
WTVG 13 ABC News highlighted the meeting, broadcasting coverage during the 11 o’clock news. During the meeting, one woman in the crowd explained that nobody should have to tolerate what is currently going on in the community. There have been numerous children affected by the cancer cluster and families have been put through the unimaginable. There is now a class action lawsuit against Whirlpool Inc. for the cancer cluster. Environmental testing that has been conducted in the area shows increased levels of benzaldehyde, a carcinogen that is thought to be to blame for the horrible things the community has been put through.
During the meeting, Attorney Boyk explained that the investigation is only beginning. He stated that there is “no magic answer,” but the goal of Attorney Alan Mortensen and Attorney Boyk is to give the people of Clyde the answers that they deserve.
To stay up to date with new information surrounding the Clyde Cancer Cluster and the environmental findings in the Sandusky County area, visit www.cancerclusterclyde.com. This resource page includes all of the latest news articles and reports on the subject, as well as interviews with the attorneys and families involved in the lawsuit.