LI Residents Fear Toxic Plume Fallout

LI Residents Fear Toxic Plume Fallout

There are 6 comments on the WNBC story from Jan 28, 2011, titled LI Residents Fear Toxic Plume Fallout. In it, WNBC reports that:

Heading to the basement for laundry work has been part of Barbara Nagelberg's routine for 35 years; but now, the Copiague homeowner is uneasy about the trip below ground.

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Cancer Cluster

New York, NY

#1 Jan 29, 2011
With a large Cacer Cluster pop in Copiague, I can see the Us Goverment buying alot of houses, or handing out more free cash to these residents. If Welfare checks and food stamps were not enough in Copiague.
Anthony O

New York, NY

#2 Feb 5, 2011
I thought this Toxic plume would be bigger news. I am worried this plume made it way to my town Lindenhurst. Is this being kept quite? did it reach lindenhurst?
George Copiague

AOL

#3 Feb 16, 2011
Cancer Cluster wrote:
With a large Cacer Cluster pop in Copiague, I can see the Us Goverment buying alot of houses, or handing out more free cash to these residents. If Welfare checks and food stamps were not enough in Copiague.
I live in Copiague and I resent that statement. Myself and my wife are both civil servants and work very hard to maintain our home. I am in the plume area and the EPA will be testing the air and ground vapors in my basement at the end of this month. I have never been on any type of welfare or public assistance.

I am sure if we look up the drugs and welfare in Jamaica you win!
Anthony O

New York, NY

#4 Feb 19, 2011
Bro, Copiague is a trashy town but I still love it. Copiague is what it is 1/2 a ghetto but where else can you buy a house for $170K still?

I am just concerned about this Toxic plume, I think we are getting lost here. The News needs to come for a visit again bring this story back to life!
idiot

Bronx, NY

#5 Feb 19, 2011
Anthony O wrote:
I thought this Toxic plume would be bigger news. I am worried this plume made it way to my town Lindenhurst. Is this being kept quite? did it reach lindenhurst?
You are a confused individual jhonathan. This is the guy that is constantly bashing lindenhurst, now its his town.
Judith V

Rego Park, NY

#6 Aug 7, 2012
There used to be a plant in Hicksville that manufactured rods for nuclear reactors. Everyone working in the plant died of kidney cancer, except one. That one engineer [who later became very wealthy] also contracted renal cell carcinoma but spent a small fortune on alt cancer therapy and is alive today with no obvious disease, 12 years after his stage 4 diagnosis. Fumes from the plant entered the atmosphere of Hicksville, rendering the cancer rates there at least 20%higher than surrounding areas...its nuclear waste so its a permanent toxin, now mostly in the soil and water.

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