6 Mar 2012

Camelford water poisoning: Expert calls for brain scans

BBC Video
5 March 2012 Last updated at 20:06 Help A leading neuro-pathologist has suggested people who lived in a Cornish town during a water poisoning incident should have their brains scanned to see if they have been affected.

Professor James Nicoll attended the inquest of a woman who lived in Camelford where aluminium sulphate was added to the water supply in 1988.

Carole Cross had aluminium levels in her brain which were "beyond belief", an inquest into her death in Taunton has heard.

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