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Lead contamination detected at school, home at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam


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(Tribune News Service) — The Navy and Hawaii’s state Department of Health are working to validate the detection of lead contamination at a school and a house at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

The first water sample found to have elevated levels of lead came from an indoor staff bathroom sink at the Montessori Center and was collected on March 22, the Navy said in a news release today. The Navy on Saturday notified the DOH of the contamination at the school sink.

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