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Niagara Falls Chemical Dump #55140

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 11, 1978
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(Studio) Contd. move by Niagara Falls, New York, residents from area once used by Hooker Chemical Company as dumping ground noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (WKBW newstape)

(White Lake, Michigan) Hooker company plant's proximity to White Lake, Michigan, and vacationers' concerns about seepage of chemical waste now stored on Hooker land into lake reported [Warren DOBSON - says it can't be expected that chemical dumping won't affect neighbors.] Case of G.W. Carroll family given as example; their water is piped in from Montague. [MAN - describes potential for destruction of lakes in area, include Lake Michigan.] Hooker's refusal to equate White Lake and Niagara Falls cases noted. [Hooker spokesperson Duane COLPOYS - states company position.]
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy

Kennedy, Royal;
Robinson, Max

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