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NEW ORLEANS – For the first time since Hurricane Katrina left tens of thousands of families living in FEMA trailers, a federal jury heard allegations Monday that the government-issued shelters exposed Gulf Coast storm victims to hazardous formaldehyde fumes.
A New Orleans woman suing trailer maker Gulf Stream Coach Inc. and government contractor Fluor Enterprises Inc. claims her son's asthma was aggravated by elevated levels of formaldehyde in their trailer provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Gulf Stream's own tests found elevated levels of formaldehyde in its traile
Originally posted by Happyfeet
You just cought a glimpse of the stereotypical negro that infests the south. Skincolor is only one defining feature however as there is just as many white trash families freeloading in those trailers.