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Camp Lejeune Estimated Drinking Water Contamination Tables

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Although this data has been posted for a while, we thought we’d share for those who have yet to see them. According to the CDC, these tables show the estimated monthly average levels of the contaminants in the finished drinking water from the Tarawa Terrace, Hadnot Point, and Holcomb Boulevard treatment plants.

The Tarawa Terrace plant served the Tarawa Terrace family housing until March 1987. The Hadnot Point plant served family housing at Midway Park, Paradise Point, and Berkeley Manor until June 1972, Hospital Point family housing, and barracks located at the “mainside” area of the base. The Holcomb Boulevard plant served family housing at Midway Park, Paradise Point, Berkeley Manor, and Watkins Village from June 1972 onward.

There are three documents, one for each water system:

 

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Devon Jones May 7, 2016 - 12:27 pm

I was wondering if someone would be able to answer some questions for me. My father and mother lived on base from 1961-1964. My parent lost two children white stationed here and my brother was born here. I wasn’t, but have been sick my entire life, with two birth defects. I’m have many question for my whole family. My brother is also sick.
Thank you for your time.

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Richard James Eggleston May 15, 2016 - 3:24 am

How do i get involved in the lawsuit, if I am eligible? I was at Onslow Beach form 6-8 months during 1980.

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claude edward cline September 8, 2016 - 10:23 am

stationed at camp lejeune jacksonville trailer park 1959 to 1960?

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Richard Vannie January 13, 2017 - 11:26 am

Where can I get an application for coverage. I have Parkinson disease

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Ronald Godman January 14, 2017 - 1:29 pm

I was born at Lejeune in 1962, I was also diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma 8 years ago. Currently in remission but am interested in this situation.

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Teri Athey January 24, 2017 - 12:35 pm

My daughter was born in the Lejeune hospital, Sept 17, 1975 – hospitalized for 3 days. Is there cause for concern for she or I? My husband currently receives letters pertaining to this issue.

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Bob maynard July 13, 2017 - 1:59 pm

Does anyone know if Camp Geiger is included in the contamination area. I was stationed there all of 1958.

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MURIEL DELLINGER September 6, 2017 - 12:14 pm

MY HUSBAND AND MY MYSELF LIVE ON BUTLER DRIVE IN MIDWAY PARK IN 1981. CURRENTLY I AM UNDER GOING TEXTS FOR BREAST CANCER. MY HUSBAND WAS A MARINE THERE. WOULD A WIFE OF A MARINE AT THAT TIME BE COVERED ALL THESE YEARS LATER

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Scarlett March 30, 2018 - 1:05 pm

I am wondering the same I have several autoimmune issues and my father lost his life a year ago. He was there around the same time as your parents. I’m so sorry for your losses.

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Pat May 16, 2018 - 4:43 am

I was a marine at camp lejeune 1979-1981 when I got depressed. That was also when I started getting migraines. But what was really weird was the first 6 months I was there they put me on mess duty and despite me being in top shape before I came there, my legs suddenly gave out from under me and dropped to the floor. They helped me up to sit, and a little later saw the clinic doc in a quanson hut type clinic and he said my legs were bleeding internally and needed to be on light duty and rest. When I told him I was on mess duty he said I needed to get off immediately and called my boss, the Adjudant of the base. Well, my boss said no, send her back, and what he says goes so no follow up for me. After mess duty, I never got over my legs hurting while standing and never complained afraid to be yelled at like he did to Capt Doc. Whenever I would get a fever I would take some aspirin, drink water, bundle up and go in the sauna they left open at night and sweat, and sweat. Then go to my room take a shower, get dressed and hop in the sac till it was time to get up for work. I never would miss any work as my boss warned us not to or we wouldn’t like the consequences.

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