Formaldehyde in FEMA Trailers May Be Making Residents Sick – NPR

Many residents of the FEMA trailers, the temporary homes for tens of thousands of Hurricane Katrina refugees, are suffering from respiratory illnesses linked to high levels of formaldehyde found in the trailers.

While the CDC has begun testing the trailers for formaldehyde, many blame FEMA for their slow response to this growing problem.

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