Toxin Assessment Renews Environmental Justice Questions at Weymouth Compressor Station September 27, 2021
Schools and homes for the elderly also sit close enough to the facility that if there was an explosion, they would be incinerated, according to research by the Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility. One of the schools caters to children with special needs and limited mobility, making an evacuation difficult.
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