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An Indianapolis warehouse fire has released toxic asbestos-containing debris into the surrounding neighborhoods, and residents are being warned that even cutting their grass could be dangerous.

As reported by local ABC News station RTV6, workers from an environmental remediation company have started to clean up
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A Detroit man was sentenced to one year in prison by a federal judge for exposing workers to asbestos during a salvage operation.

As reported by the Associated Press, U.S. District Judge Robert Holmes Bell also ordered Anthony M. Davis, 34, to pay $168,000 for violating the
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Members of a Connecticut senior center have been displaced for the summer after deadly asbestos was discovered in the building.

As the Connecticut Post reports, the City of Bridgeport recently swapped its Dwight Eisenhower Senior Citizen Center and two other buildings with a developer who
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The tragic death last week of a construction worker at the San Francisco 49ers’ new football stadium highlights the dangers of the construction industry, historically one of the most hazardous of workplaces.

According to CBS Sports, the 63-year-old man was killed by an elevator counterweight as he
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A California jury ordered Owens-Illinois to pay $27.3 million to a mesothelioma patient who filed a lawsuit alleging she was exposed to asbestos from the company’s products while washing her ex-husband’s work clothing.

As reported by Law360 (subscription required), plaintiff Rose-Marie Grigg, 82, alleged that
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