Colorado activists sue feds to block proposed trail near former nukes facility January 9, 2024

Missoula Current

Deborah Segaloff, a plaintiff in the case and a board member of the Physicians for Social Responsibility, said in a statement that she was concerned the proposed trail would harm visitors and potentially spread the contaminants further.

“Our concern is that people using the proposed Greenway will be exposed to dangerous levels of plutonium and other toxic substances,” Segaloff said in the statement.

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