Oct 4, 2007


Space between the houses on Glenbrook Road. NOTE: a stairway to the soccer field of the American University campus is visible in the background.

1 comment:

Zach said...

Mustard agent breakdown products were detected under the driveway earlier this year.

Three landscapers were exposed to toxic chemicals while planting a tree in the front yard of 4835 Glenbrook Road in 1996.

Approximetely six laborers were exposed to a blister agent while building the house at 4825 Glenbrook Road in 1992.

The previous owners of the house moved out after the wife developed brain tumors and the housekeeper lost more than 60 pounds.

USACE agreed to conduct air monitoring in the house in 2002, but has still not conducted the sampling.

American University bought the house back from the builder in 2006 for more than $3 million, after selling the property at auction in 1996.

Some fear the burial pit extends under the house and will require the house to be torn down.

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