I just got off the phone with his daughter.
Today a fellow investigator and friend of mine is in the hospital from an investigation in Lorado.
James Keith L. was on investigation, a Lorado texas residence. The owners of the property started having problems after comming in contact with a fine grey powder on their property. They collected a small beach sand bucket full. Their problems began with chills, fever, and muscle ache. The entire family came down with tracheo-bronchitis, and pneumonitis. The clients went to the hospital and when nothing was found in their tox screen they were sent home. At home cough, dryness and irritation of the nose and throat, headache, dizziness, weakness, fever, chills, and chest pain continued to get worse. They then began having nose bleeds.
They began to think moving the powder might of had a indian ritual significance because previously an indian stayed with them. They called James who within hours began experiancing the same symptoms. During the investigation James went into the attic where they stored the fine grey powder. James began to get worse, and realized the bucket had fallen over spilling the powder everywhere.
James immediately notified the police who called hazmat. Once hazmat arrived hazmat looked at the material and determined the fine grey powder was Cadmium dust. Probably dumped illegally from an individual from mexico. The clients and James were taken to the hospital and are currently being treated.
They all are under going testing to see how bad the damages are. The family is believed to have perminate damage to their lungs. James is believed to have damage as well but it will not be certain until the tests are in.
Sending prayers. What a odd thing to find. Raises alot of questions I am sure. Please keep us informed. Thank you!
|QUOTE (DF Mod LadyStarla @ Nov 21 2011, 12:16 AM)|
| Sending prayers. What a odd thing to find. Raises alot of questions I am sure. Please keep us informed. Thank you! |
I most certainly will keep everyone updated. Raises many many many questions.