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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Sep 20, 2018
A Roane County man who spent two years working to clean up the Kingston Coal Ash Spill died last month, the latest in a series of deaths related the cleanup effort, Knoxnews reports. Harry Hemingway worked under Jacobs Engineering, who assured some 900 workers that the ash was so safe they could eat a pound of it a day. He died of multiple myeloma, a blood cancer linked to coal ash.