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Navy blamed for toxic plume threatening San Diego Bay

An underground plume of toxic chemicals in Chula Vista threatens to contaminate the San Diego Bay and it’s largely the Navy’s fault, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week by the Port of San Diego. The suit cites the Navy as the lead defendant, along with the Air Force and a series of now-defunct...
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