Cleveland Neighborhood Contaminated with Dangerous Levels of Lead

4/20/212, USA TodayUSA Today tested soil in a Cleveland neighborhood located near a former smeltering facility, Tyler Metals. The facility closed around 1957, but the dangerous levels of lead in the soil remain. Ken Shelton’s son, Jonathan, was diagonsed with blood lead levels. There is evidence that the Ohio EPA knew that the soil was contaminated, but did not act. Ken Shelton is angry┬ábecause the government failed to protect his family.

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