From the beginning of the 2015 blowout at the Aliso Canyon gas storage facility, local residents have expressed apprehension about what the disaster would mean for their health. Nosebleeds, headaches, rashes were more than symptoms to those living within miles of the SoCalGas site nestled in the Santa Susana mountains on the northern end of the San Fernando Valley. They saw these as harbingers for more serious medical conditions….and they were right.

Despite the reassurances from the County Department of Public Health (DPH), that residents were reacting to the odorants flooding the air, it became evident by the time damaged…

Patty Crost Glueck

Finally using her J-school degree for good. #CountdownToShutDown2020 Aliso Canyon

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