MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Neighbors in a Twin Cities community spoke out Thursday night about worries over their health.Children's Wisconsin Still Treating 8 Victims From Waukesha Christmas Parade Crash
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“And you guys better hope 30, 40 years from now cancer rates don’t skyrocket in that population,” said resident Daniel Anderson.MORE NEWS: North Minneapolis' Shiloh Temple Part Of Growing Trend Of Community Solar Providers
Some of that money will pay for water and soil testing in the area. State health leaders say it is extremely difficult to gauge how the exposure will affect people’s health.