Spokesperson says air, water, soil at location is safe
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 8:13 am (Updated: May 8, 8:16 am)
The state’s Department for Environmental Protection issued assurances Tuesday morning that air, soil and water in and around Lawrenceburg is safe following Friday’s fire, according to spokesperson Dick Brown.
However, the agency is taking what Brown called “immediate steps” to put a corrective action plan in place with Dlubak Glass, owner of the large pile of vinyl that burned for nearly three hours.
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