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PBS NEWSHOUR

Industrial Residue From Sandy Flood Waters Raise Concerns

  • Aired: 12/10/2012
  • 05:33
  • Rating: E
New York's waterways, like the Gowanus Canal, are home to major industry and major pollution. For homes and businesses near the coast, flooding from Hurricane Sandy left greasy residue and worries about long term risks and effects. Special correspondent Rick Karr reports on how officials are testing to check for safety concerns.
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