FREMONT — A law firm has filed a $750 million class action lawsuit against the Whirlpool Corp., blaming the company for causing the Clyde Cancer Cluster by dumping toxic chemicals at the former Whirlpool Park in Green Springs.
1:00 PM Mar 29, 2013
Several families with children who died or have been stricken with cancer in the Clyde area have hired their own environmental testing firm to start testing various sites in a countinuing search for answers.
7:58 AM Mar 4, 2013
An agreement has been reached that will allow further tests to be carried out at the former Whirlpool Park in Green Springs, land that’s been found to be contaminated by PCBs and heavy metals.
5:01 AM Dec 5, 2012
Whirlpool officials say they hope further testing will be carried out soon at the former Whirlpool Park in Green Springs.
8:00 AM Nov 21, 2012
Steve Keller choked back tears Wednesday afternoon as he held up a photo of his grandson, Kole Keller, who died of cancer at the age of 6.
10:55 AM Nov 15, 2012
Three Clyde-area families who lost children to cancer united Wednesday with their legal counsel to discuss new findings by the U.S. EPA that show evidence of toxic sludge at Whirlpool Park.
4:01 PM Nov 14, 2012
Several families affected by the Clyde-area childhood cancer cluster have retained a victim's rights attorney after learning a local park may be at the center of the mysterious rash of illnesses.
11:04 PM Nov 13, 2012

 

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