Woolsey Fire Crippled Boeing Water Safety System at Toxics Site November 11, 2019

NBC Los Angeles

This didn’t have to happen, said Denise Duffield, associate director of the Los Angeles chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility. The group is a key player in the push to scour toxins from the old test lab.

“Of course, the tainted storm water runoff could have been prevented if Boeing had fully cleaned up the site as it should have been long ago,” she said.

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