What the heck?! Agent Orange barrels found at the bottom of Wallowa Lake in Eastern Oregon?
The story is ongoing…
Last August, recreational divers discovered barrels labeled as containing one of two defoliants — 2,4-D or 2,4,5-T. Combined, the two chemicals were once known by another name: Agent Orange. The herbicide was used extensively in the Vietnam War and has been connected to numerous illnesses among veterans and civilians who were exposed.
This report was filed by Rob Davis and published on 06/13/19 by The Oregonian. Read the full article at OregonLive.