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September 15, 2011
Sun Ling stands next to her 21 month-old daughter Gu Xinyu at a hospital after Gu was diagnosed with...
Shanghai, China
Sun Ling stands next to her 21 month-old daughter Gu at a hospital after Gu was diagnosed with high levels...
Sun Ling stands next to her 21 month-old daughter Gu Xinyu at a hospital after Gu was diagnosed with high levels of lead in her blood in Shanghai September 15, 2011. Gu Xinyu who lives at Kangqiao district near a Johnson Controls factory registered 497 micro grams of lead per liter of blood, according to her doctors. A China unit of major lead-acid battery maker Johnson Controls has halted production at the Shanghai factory as authorities investigate into an alleged lead pollution case, the official Shanghai Securities News said on Thursday. Shanghai Johnson Controls International Battery Co has been in the spotlight after children in Kangqiao area were found to have ultra-high levels of lead in their blood during medical checks, the newspaper said. A team of government officials is investigating the potential lead pollution from the company and the firm will halt production for about a week from Wednesday (Sept. 14), it said, citing an unnamed company staff. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH)
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