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Last updated on Tuesday, September 15, 2009
(UNDATED) - A New Orleans jury has been selected in the formaldehyde lawsuit against Nappanee-based gulf stream coach.
After victims of Hurricane Katrina complained of illnesses from living in trailers supplied by gulf stream and other makers four years ago, environmental groups tested the air quality inside the units and discovered high levels of formaldehyde.
The suit is being brought by New Orleans residents Alana Alexander and her 12 year-old son, Christopher Cooper, who now has asthma.
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