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Watch the video... the EPA and DEP are getting involved, declare bankrupacy and run! Tthis could get into millions when the government gets involved.
This guy is screwed!
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On 6/21/2011 7:52 AM, Randy333 wrote:

that was his first mistake, making a big deal out of it. He should have just dumptrucked the shit out of there, brought in some dirt, got on with his pool and been done. He's fucktakated now for sure.
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That's not particulalry true. If it's nothing but solid waste then there are not any issues.
If it's toxic materials then he is screwed, sort of. Would you rather find out now that someone buried toxic materials under your house? Or 10 years later while you are watching your kid die of some strange cancer.
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That would be Love Canal in Niagara Falls, NY.
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Overall, from 1979 to 1996, Love Canal residents got cancer at about the same rate as people of similar age and sex in both Niagara County and in upstate New York. These comparisons are based on the actual number of cancers among the Love Canal residents (304 cancers) compared to the number of cancers expected if they had the same cancer rates as Niagara County (332) or upstate New York (325). http://www.health.state.ny.us/environmental/investigations/love_canal/can cer_study_community_report.htm
2005 study showed Love Canal residents died at the same overall rate as other New Yorkers. Love Canal residents were diagnosed with slightly less cancers than other New Yorkers, with some cancer sites being higher and some lower. For example, bladder, kidney and lung cancers were reported more often for Love Canal residents than others in New York. More girls than boys were born to Love Canal women. In the general population, typically more boys are born than girls. Women with childhood exposures were more likely to have girl babies than women who did not have childhood exposures. The reproductive message was somewhat mixed. Low birth weight, prematurity and small for gestational age occurred less often to Canal mothers than to upstate NY or Niagara County women. Mothers that lived near the Canal during their pregnancy were more likely to have a premature or small baby than mothers who had moved off the Canal prior to their pregnancies. http://gopher.health.state.ny.us/environmental/investigations/love_canal / fall_2006.htm
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Steve Barker wrote:

Better would have been to cover it all up, sell the white elephant, and move.
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On 6/21/2011 12:04 PM, HeyBub wrote:

That won't fly, the seller's disclosure would make that guy the one holding the 'bag' for the problem! IOW he now knows, so he must disclose it. The prior owner likely didn't know and therefore can't be held liable in that case.
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