Quote of the Day: A Town ‘Afraid to Breathe’: A Chemical Fire in France Deepens Mistrust – The New York Times

Smoke billowing from the Lubrizol factory in Rouen, France, in September.Credit…Jean-Jacques Ganon/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

“Our past stinks of Lubrizol, our future smells like cancer.”

~AN INSCRIPTION ON A BUS SHELTER IN ROUEN, FRANCE, where a fire at the Lubrizol chemical factory in September is blamed for widespread illnesses and for spreading fear among the populace.

Source: Quotation of the Day: A Town ‘Afraid to Breathe’: A Chemical Fire in France Deepens Mistrust – The New York Times

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