INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Marion County Public Health Department is asking the public to help identify properties that still have debris on them from the large warehouse fire on June 15.
After an investigation, the department found the debris located nearby contained asbestos and an notice of violation was given to the warehouse owner. The warehouse owner had hired a contract as part of the violation to identify and clean areas that received debris from the fire.
Anyone within a 22-square-mile area around the warehouse and northeast of the site that has debris from the fire on their property is asked to call 317-221-2159. They also ask residents with debris on their property to now do any kind of yard work so there is no risk of exposure to asbestos.
Click here for a map of the neighborhoods affected by the fire debris.
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