October 30, 2006
Folks living in Graniteville got the chance to talk about their health tonight.
A community meeting let folks know about upcoming health screenings for people who may have been exposed to chlorine during the January 2005 train derailment.
Officials from the state's Department of Health and Environmental Control were there to answer questions. They want to make sure the people who need to be checked get the proper treatment.
The Medical College of Georgia is providing the free screening for the folks living in Graniteville.
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