Ken Whitley is shown Wednesday, March 4, at his dinner table with some of the medications he takes for his breathing problems, which he says were caused by his work sandblasting corrosion off helicopter parts at the U.S. Coast Guard's Aviation Logistics Center. Whitley's son, David, 13, is shown at right.

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Ken Whitley is shown Wednesday, March 4, at his dinner table with some of the medications he takes for his breathing problems, which he says were caused by his work sandblasting corrosion off helicopter parts at the U.S. Coast Guard's Aviation Logistics Center. Whitley's son, David, 13, is shown at right.

Awaiting Answers: Ex-ALC worker ponders lawsuit

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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It was six years ago that Ken Whitley first noticed he had a problem.

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just wondering

Didn't this guy have a car shop and painted cars? Government jobs usually have more safety products available than is necessary. Safety is always first.

TV News

I'd start with contacting Wavy TV 10. They always seem to get to the bottom of things.

Mishandled

Don't know all the details from this story, but something in this case seems like it was mishandled.

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