Contamination Destination 

Officials contend that Treasure Island is safe, but residents say health problems abound.

The health issues of Vicki and Trelease Miller-Jones and their two daughters are typical ones on Treasure Island. Vicki had mild asthma as a child that she said she "grew out of," but then it "came back to life" when she moved…

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