Parents Demand Removal Of Cell Tower At Elem. School After 4th Child Diagnosed With CancerChris Menahan
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Parents are demanding a cell tower at their children's elementary school in San Joaquin County, California be removed after four students and three teachers were reportedly diagnosed with cancer.
From CBS Sacramento:
A fourth child has been diagnosed with cancer at a San Joaquin County elementary school, and parents believe it’s because of radiation caused by a cell phone tower."People who want the tower removed say four students and three teachers at Weston have been stricken with cancer," The Modesto Bee reports. "The kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school on Stanley Drive has 400 students."
I've always found it rather strange the way the state loves to install these cell towers directly on top of schools. For the most part, no one wants to put them up in them in their backyard... so they put them on top of our children's schools instead.
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