EPA finds nothing suspicious in Clyde water

CLYDE, GREEN SPRINGS (WTOL) - News 11 has learned drinking water samples taken in connection with a cancer cluster study around Clyde and Green Springs have turned up nothing suspicious.

We're told both city water and well water were tested.

Air quality tests are also coming up clean so far. Although, many more tests are still needed.

This information comes out in front of a meeting scheduled for the Clyde community this Monday, April 20 at Clyde High School.

News 11 has been told the Ohio EPA will reveal many more details about the tests at the meeting.

The cancer cluster study involves 18 cases of childhood cancer with two more cases pending.