Toxic spill raises fear at White Mesa uranium mill

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Toxic spill raises fear at White Mesa uranium mill

White Mesa raises fear about toxic spills, water
Colin Larrick and Scott Clow, of the Ute Mountain environmental department, discuss the pollution threats of the White Mesa uranium mill at a meeting Monday in southeast Utah.
David Yearicks, a Ute Mountain tribal member from White Mesa, expresses concerns about the health risks of contaminated groundwater on people and animals. Sarah Fields, of Uranium Watch, listens.
Thelma Whiskers, a Ute Mountain tribal member, said the mill should be shut down because of its risk to public health and the land.
Ute Mountain councilman Malcolm Cuthair, representing White Mesa, and Ute Mountain Tribal Chairman Manuel Heart explained the importance of working together to express need for changes at the White Mesa uranium mill.

Toxic spill raises fear at White Mesa uranium mill

Colin Larrick and Scott Clow, of the Ute Mountain environmental department, discuss the pollution threats of the White Mesa uranium mill at a meeting Monday in southeast Utah.
David Yearicks, a Ute Mountain tribal member from White Mesa, expresses concerns about the health risks of contaminated groundwater on people and animals. Sarah Fields, of Uranium Watch, listens.
Thelma Whiskers, a Ute Mountain tribal member, said the mill should be shut down because of its risk to public health and the land.
Ute Mountain councilman Malcolm Cuthair, representing White Mesa, and Ute Mountain Tribal Chairman Manuel Heart explained the importance of working together to express need for changes at the White Mesa uranium mill.
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