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136 residents file claim over Geneva Foundry contamination

Emily Laughlin and four of her children, all younger than 18, have lived in the neighborhood where the Geneva Foundry once operated for a long time. The Laughlins currently live at 12 Hogarth Ave. but have resided at four other addresses — all of which are within a few blocks of the former foundry site.

Laughlin said she suffers from anxiety, panic disorder, hypocarbia and asthma; is permanently disabled; and has had six miscarriages. One of her children has menstrual complications. Another has Tourette syndrome, anxiety, asthma and a severe learning disability. A third is autistic and has a skin disease. The fourth child has been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

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