Homes on top of the former Tustin Air Force Base may have toxic groundwater

Tustin residents watched in horror last week as one of two remaining hangars from the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station burned down, throwing 80-year-old asbestos into the air that local health agencies didn’t report to them for days.

(is reading:Santana: There was asbestos in the wreckage of the burned Tustin barn)

But this isn’t the first time public agencies have failed to inform Tustin residents of the health risks of living next to a former Naval Air Force base.

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