Health dept. gives out pills for children who live by nuke plant

Pediatric potassium iodide pills are now available for schools within a 10-mile radius of the nuclear power plant in Lacey Township.The health department is distributing

LACEY TOWNSHIP - Pediatric potassium iodide pills are now available for schools within a 10-mile radius of the nuclear power plant in Lacey Township.

The health department is distributing the pills for free beginning today.The pediatric pills are recommended for children up to age 18. If adults who have just moved to the area need a supply, they can also pick up the free tablets.

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