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Ohio / Water Pollution #450881

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 28, 1970
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(Studio) Ohio asks Supreme Court to end chemical companies Lake Erie mercury pollution; fishing banned on pts. Lake Erie and tributaries.

(No location given) Lake Saint Clair closed; fishing resort suffers. [Jerry PROFUTA - says fishing camp will remain closed rest of year] Dow Chemical blamed for pollution. [Prof. David KLEIN - reports mercury pollution dangers.] Lake Erie perch safe now, larger fish poisonous; tests run. [Fisheries Min. Jack DAVIS - denies serious threat to Lake Erie; problems can be solved.] [PROFUTA - says will reopen camp when lake cleaned up.]
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

Delaney, Steve;
McGee, Frank

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