Brent Cary, wearing a hard hat, and Eric Brown took soil samples using a piece of equipment called a Geoprobe. The state took extensive soil samples Tuesday along Long Lane in Montgomery County after field testing last week found high-than-normal concentrations of arsenic.
Brent Cary, wearing a hard hat, and Eric Brown took soil samples using a piece of equipment called a Geoprobe. The state took extensive soil samples Tuesday along Long Lane in Montgomery County after field testing last week found high-than-normal concentrations of arsenic. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Brent Cary, wearing a hard hat, and Eric Brown took soil samples using a piece of equipment called a Geoprobe. The state took extensive soil samples Tuesday along Long Lane in Montgomery County after field testing last week found high-than-normal concentrations of arsenic. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

Arsenic-laced soil being tested near mobile homes in Montgomery County

August 30, 2016 03:51 PM

UPDATED August 31, 2016 10:40 PM

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