OSHA Investigates Virginia School After Lead Found

Federal safety regulators are investigating a Roanoke school following the detection of lead in some paint chips.

Roanoke City Public Schools deputy superintendent Curt Baker tells media outlets that the amount of lead detected at Highland Park Elementary School doesn’t indicate a health risk. Baker says he’s confident the school is safe for students and employees.

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