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Focus (Radiation In Oxford, Ohio) #601497

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: David Bloom) The concern in Oxford, Ohio, over radioactive contamination at the Alba Craft machine shop that drilled uranium in the 1950s without the town's knowledge examined. [Oxford RESIDENTS, former worker Neri McDONOUGH, Oxford Peace and Justice Center Linda Mesmeci KIMBALL, homeowners Marilyn and Wayne ELZEY, resident Terry Robinson FULTON, Carol Robinson McLAUGHLIN, University of Cincinnati Dr. David FANKHAUSER - address the secret problem and how knowledge of the contamination came about.] The outcome of an Energy Department analysis mentioned. [Department of Energy Tom GRUMBLY - says the agency will clean up the radioactive sites.]

Bloom, David;
Williams, Brian

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