Victims To Discuss Camp Lejeune Water Contamination To Govt. Panel
Posted February 16, 2005
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — Thursday will be a big day for a Wilmington woman and others who lived at Camp Lejeune at a time when drinking water was contaminated.
Terry Dyer said she suffered a lifetime of serious illnesses because of the water. Dyer is going to Atlanta, Ga., to tell her story to a federal panel now looking into the matter.
"This was a disaster. It was a national disaster, and it's still going on," she said.
Camp Lejeune discovered the contamination in the early 1980s.
Officials believe thousands of people may have been affected.