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June 3, 1988
Unhealthy levels of radioactive radon gas have been found in buildings at the Air Force Academy and two U.S. air bases, the Air Force said. Radon is a colorless, odorless natural gas that seeps into buildings from decaying uranium in the soil. Scientists say inhaled radon may increase the risk of lung cancer. Results of an Air Force sampling of soil for radon gas showed that in addition to the Colorado academy, buildings at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.
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December 13, 1988
A San Mateo County Superior Court jury has begun deliberations in Shell Oil Co.'s suit to force its insurance companies to pay claims for toxic waste damage at a Colorado Army installation. The 12-member jury must decide whether Shell or more than 200 insurers are liable for the oil giant's share of cleanup costs estimated to run into billions of dollars at Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver.
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NEWS
December 13, 1988
A San Mateo County Superior Court jury has begun deliberations in Shell Oil Co.'s suit to force its insurance companies to pay claims for toxic waste damage at a Colorado Army installation. The 12-member jury must decide whether Shell or more than 200 insurers are liable for the oil giant's share of cleanup costs estimated to run into billions of dollars at Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver.
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June 3, 1988
Unhealthy levels of radioactive radon gas have been found in buildings at the Air Force Academy and two U.S. air bases, the Air Force said. Radon is a colorless, odorless natural gas that seeps into buildings from decaying uranium in the soil. Scientists say inhaled radon may increase the risk of lung cancer. Results of an Air Force sampling of soil for radon gas showed that in addition to the Colorado academy, buildings at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.
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August 21, 1987 | Associated Press
White phosphorus leaked from a storage tank at an Air National Guard base Thursday, catching fire and forcing the evacuation of about 2,600 people, authorities said.
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August 21, 1987 | Associated Press
White phosphorus leaked from a storage tank at an Air National Guard base Thursday, catching fire and forcing the evacuation of about 2,600 people, authorities said.
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