Seattle schools suffered from decade of neglect over lead in water

08/11/2004 |

In an investigative report, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer finds that inadequate water testing and follow-up since the early 1990s allowed lead contamination problems in 15 elementary schools' drinking water to spiral into a multimillion-dollar crisis this year. The newspaper says at the three schools it examined, more than 900 children each year were exposed to unhealthy levels of lead.

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