CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 2011
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(New York: Seth Doane) The impact of asbestos on the deadly superfund site of Libby, Montana, examined; details given about the toxic asbestos cloud over the vermiculite mining town for 30 years that has spread mesothelioma to the residents and the EPA failure to clean up the town over a decade. [Residents Gayla BENEFIELD, Eva THOMPSON - comment on fatal disease in their family.] [Libby Center for Asbestos Related Disease Dr. Brad BLACK- comments.] [Libby residents Gordon SULLIVAN, Phillip ERQUIAGA- say the people are buried.] [EPA Michael CIRIAN- comments on the cleanup.]
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