Lead found in water at three more Howard County schools
In the latest round of sampling at seven schools, elevated levels were detected in a kitchen sink at Clemens Crossing Elementary in Columbia, in kitchen sinks at Dunloggin Middle in Ellicott City and a concession stand and kitchen sink at Columbia's Hammond High. Samples from Glenwood Middle School in Glenwood and three Columbia schools, Atholton Elementary, Cradlerock Elementary and Stevens Forest Elementary met standards.
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