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KIYC: Soil hit with Superstorm Sandy floodwater may contain lead, asbestos, waste

The floodwaters have receded, but they may have

The floodwaters have receded, but they may have left hazardous chemicals behind. (June 25, 2013 10:51 PM)

Last October, Superstorm Sandy caused massive flooding in parts of New Jersey, and those floodwaters transported everything from sewage to petroleum products to toxic chemicals. Even when the water receded, a Kane In Your Corner investigation finds some of the toxins were left behind. In Little Ferry, where the Passaic River - parts of which are classified as a Superfund site - surged into city...

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