D.C. Postal Facility Hit by Anthrax to Reopen

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Workers will soon return to the Brentwood postal facility in Washington, D.C. It was closed two years ago, after two workers died of anthrax tied to mail that was processed at Brentwood. The building went through a lengthy decontamination process. Nancy Marshall of member station WAMU reports.



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