Environmental and public health advocates file lawsuit Monday to halt work on Rocky Flats trail January 9, 2024

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Plaintiffs claim walkers, bicyclists and people nearby would risk exposure to highly radioactive “hot spots” of cancer-causing plutonium that were never cleared up, [attorney Randall] Weiner said.

“Public access could also transport contaminants off site,” Deborah Segaloff, PhD, a board member of Physicians for Social Responsibility Colorado and a plaintiff in the case, said in the news release.

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