A panel has concluded that it's unlikely anyone suffered any harm as a result of the Camelford water poisoning incident.
20 tonnes of aluminium sulphate was accidentally dumped in the wrong tank at the old South West Water Authority works at Lowermoor in 1988.
A panel of experts said it is unlikely to have done long term damage to peoples' health.
Dan Rogerson, the MP for North Cornwall, says questions 'still remain unanswered':
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