NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 2014
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(Burien, Washington: Stephanie Gosk) The decision at Seattle-area Kennedy Catholic High School to revise its plan to cover its football field with crumb rubber turf, which uses shredded tires to fill the space between the artificial blades, after seeing NBC’s investigation into the surface featured; statement from the Synthetic Turf Council quoted; details given about the school’s plan to use Nike Grind as a base for the turf and about other options. [Principle Mike PRADO, parent Jenn SPRAGUE, COACH - express safety concerns.]
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