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Tell Somebody


Nov 2, 2010

This edition of Tell Somebody features Donna Hand, vice president of Cold War Soldiers, explaining some of the intricacies  of filing claims with the federal government for health problems resulting from exposure to toxic substances at the Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant.  There is also a bit of election day commentary.

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Tell Somebody
seven and a half years ago

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Betty Hutchens
seven and a half years ago

I worked at the KC Plant from 1977 till 1995 when I retired with a medical disability. I remeber people from the maintance department telling us that they used to drive to Cleveland, MO and bury stuff. It sounded like it was waste. I don't know who to tell of this. These people said that they buried the stuff near where the city lake is now and that is where the town I think gets its water supply. Maybe you can find some truth, I don't have names of who told me but maybe someone will come forward. I was living at Cleveland, MO at the time and that is why they were telling me. It is scarry.