Fascinating and scary at the same time. Before we moved to that house by the state line, from birth to age 6 I lived in Johnson County, where that reporter played and was exposed to so many toxins. Made me laugh about how as a kid the reporter would hold his breath when biking through fields being sprayed with pesticides. When I later lived in Tennessee, I'd even hold my breath whenever I'd have to drive past Pigeon Forge ... highly polluted by the Georgia papermills. It stunk! I would only drink bottled water while living out in Tennessee, because I was afraid to drink the water, but I hated drinking the bottled water because it tasted like plastic. I was sure I was getting poisoned from the plastic of the bottled water, too. No win situation.
Just goes to show you, it's best to stay as natural as you can, but also assume you are still being exposed so keep up on the things that will help you to stay healthy despite exposure ... like our favorite Iodine.