Homeowners seeking answers in contaminated water case (SC)

Cook’s property was one of five in the River Hills subdivision that originally showed elevated levels of lead. Carolina Water Services also found contamination in two other systems — the Cedarwood subdivision in Lexington County and Foxwood in York County.     Read the article………….


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