Website established for Freedom spill victims

CHARLESTON, W.Va.–U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that a new website has been established to provide information to possible victims of the Jan. 2014 Freedom chemical spill.

The site will provide potential victims with information, including documents charging defendants with crimes, dates and times of upcoming criminal proceedings, and a list of resources available to those that feel they may have been harmed by the spill.

Citizens who believe they have been affected or who want to know or submit more information can also contact the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of West Virginia

The website can be accessed from www.justice.gov/largecases





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