Donna McNeal, from Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way, examines a faucet before taking a sample to test for lead in a Tacoma school. This was one day after Tacoma School District officials revealed high lead levels were detected in previous samples at Mann and Reed elementary school.
Donna McNeal, from Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way, examines a faucet before taking a sample to test for lead in a Tacoma school. This was one day after Tacoma School District officials revealed high lead levels were detected in previous samples at Mann and Reed elementary school. David Montesino News Tribune file photo, 2016
Donna McNeal, from Orion Environmental Services of Federal Way, examines a faucet before taking a sample to test for lead in a Tacoma school. This was one day after Tacoma School District officials revealed high lead levels were detected in previous samples at Mann and Reed elementary school. David Montesino News Tribune file photo, 2016

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