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News Wrap: Hurricane Harvey caused chemical spill, says EPA

  • Aired: 09/29/2017
  • 04:18
  • Rating: NR
In our News Wrap Friday, the EPA warned that Hurricane Harvey caused a potentially dangerous chemical spill from a Houston-area Superfund site. The EPA detected high levels of dioxins in the San Jacinto River, which are linked to cancer and birth defects. Also, a 12th person has died in the wake of Hurricane Irma after being taken from a sweltering nursing home in South Florida.
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