A second tri-state school has closed its athletic fields because of toxic lead poison.
Last August Kings junior and senior high school spent 2-million dollars cleaning up its football and baseball fields. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported Wednesday that Cincinnati Country Day school has been forced to close two of its baseball fields due to toxic lead. School officials says the lead contamination comes from skeet shooting debris from the neighboring Camargo Shooting Club. The club reportedly has offered to pay for the lead cleanup. No word on how long the fields will be closed.
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