A man in Canterbury is worried that he and his family have been exposed to harmful asbestos minerals, ONE News reported on June 4.
An allegedly reliable source informed architectural technician David Reynolds that his home contained asbestos. Reynolds was reportedly present when unprotected workers dealt with materials that he believed contain asbestos. Reynolds watched as workers transferred the materials throughout his house and worried that the hazardous mineral may have been scattered in some parts of their home to the danger of his family. A contractor’s spokesperson confirmed the asbestos contamination on the outside wall of the property and apologized for failing to provide a written report on the matter.
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