Sara Redding, left, a field sampling team leader for the Los Angeles County Health Department, and Jaime Jarrett, an environmental health specialist, prepare soil samples to be tested for possible lead contamination from the shuttered Exide battery recycling plant on Feb. 29, 2016.
Sara Redding, left, a field sampling team leader for the Los Angeles County Health Department, and Jaime Jarrett, an environmental health specialist, prepare soil samples to be tested for possible lead contamination from the shuttered Exide battery recycling plant on Feb. 29, 2016. Mel Melcon Los Angeles Times
Sara Redding, left, a field sampling team leader for the Los Angeles County Health Department, and Jaime Jarrett, an environmental health specialist, prepare soil samples to be tested for possible lead contamination from the shuttered Exide battery recycling plant on Feb. 29, 2016. Mel Melcon Los Angeles Times
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