Whitney Zielke, 32, poses for a photo March 9, 2016, outside her mother’s home on a street where testing revealed high amounts of lead, in Galesburg, Ill. Zielke said her mother “freaked out” after receiving that notice but that she didn’t know what to think.
Whitney Zielke, 32, poses for a photo March 9, 2016, outside her mother’s home on a street where testing revealed high amounts of lead, in Galesburg, Ill. Zielke said her mother “freaked out” after receiving that notice but that she didn’t know what to think. Seth Perlman AP
Whitney Zielke, 32, poses for a photo March 9, 2016, outside her mother’s home on a street where testing revealed high amounts of lead, in Galesburg, Ill. Zielke said her mother “freaked out” after receiving that notice but that she didn’t know what to think. Seth Perlman AP

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