Study: Radioactive elements reached neighborhoods near Santa Susana Field Lab during Woolsey Fire October 21, 2021

Los Angeles Daily News

Jeni Knack, of Parents vs SSFL, and Michael Rincon, of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles, collected dust for a study to see if the Woolsey fire released radiation from the Santa Susana Field Lab. State officials said the Woolsey fire didn’t release the field’s radiation, but many residents are not convinced and believe their family members were impacted by radiation or hazardous materials during the fire.

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