This photocopy of a photograph shows Old Smokey, an incinerator that was in Coconut Grove's West Grove community for decades. The incinerator, at 3425 Jefferson St., was demolished; in its place is the City of Miami Fire Rescue Training Center. A class action lawsuit has been filed against the city, blaming the government for cases of cancer, miscarriages and depressed property values.
This photocopy of a photograph shows Old Smokey, an incinerator that was in Coconut Grove's West Grove community for decades. The incinerator, at 3425 Jefferson St., was demolished; in its place is the City of Miami Fire Rescue Training Center. A class action lawsuit has been filed against the city, blaming the government for cases of cancer, miscarriages and depressed property values.
This photocopy of a photograph shows Old Smokey, an incinerator that was in Coconut Grove's West Grove community for decades. The incinerator, at 3425 Jefferson St., was demolished; in its place is the City of Miami Fire Rescue Training Center. A class action lawsuit has been filed against the city, blaming the government for cases of cancer, miscarriages and depressed property values.

Incinerator in black neighborhood caused cancer, miscarriages, lawsuit says

October 13, 2017 11:10 AM

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