JS Online reports that one of five drinking wells in Cedarburg, Wisconsin was found to have elevated levels of vinyl chloride, prompting it's closure. Residents have been urged to restrict water consumption while the chemical is removed from the water in that well.
In 1990, two of the wells were found to have TCE. The source of that contamination was a former Mercury Marine manufacturing plant.
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