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    Re: acute mecury poisoning

    Posted by Fred R Dressler on 2/13/04

    thanks.. I was 9yrs old when my 13 yr old brother (not a high
    school student), walked next door to the high school and
    returned with it.. he died four years later of unrelated
    causes.. I put it in my mouth..and spilled the entirety.. a
    succession a catastrophic events pushed it from memory until..
    being diagnosed 3 months ago with acute mercury poisoning.. I
    had to think.."where have I been around mercury?", the memory
    hit me like a ton of bricks.. I am now realizing just how many
    people may be effected.. the house has since been destroyed by
    fire... I wrote the school board to inform them of the event
    but got no reply... I did so because I thought it may pose a
    continued hazard due to it's close proximty..
    On 2/13/04, mary wrote:
    > Fred:
    > Are you an owner of the property? Renter, guest? Parent of a
    > participating child? Teacher at the school? Need some more
    > facts. Are you potentially at fault? Why haven't you told
    > anyone? This is a bad scenario, one that has been repeated a
    > number of times.
    > Best Regards,
    > Mary
    > On 2/13/04, Fred R Dressler wrote:
    >> A high science lab was "relieved" of a 1 lb..(16oz) flask
    >> of pure liquid mercury, taken to a residence aproximately
    >> 50 ft from school poperty, was drank by a 9 year old boy
    >> and subsequently spilled throughout the second floor of
    >> the two story, wood frame house.
    >> Due to it's proximatey to the school it was very popular
    >> with disinfranchised youth. over a decade the mercury
    >> seeped though the floorboards of the second story,
    >> directly above the kitchen area until eventually puddling
    >> above, and leaking from the kitchen ceiling... for a
    >> decade as many as fifty other individuals (kids)
    >> were "rained" on by mercury... I'm 43 and have the
    >> neurological motorskills of a man twice my age... is it
    >> a "tort" case or a "class action"? considering the number
    >> of people who are not yet aware of the problem... (I
    >> haven't told them yet)...can anyone help me?...

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