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“A second mobile home park near Shaw Air Force base is registering elevated levels of toxic chemicals, prompting questions about the possible spread of pollution from the military base across a wider area of Sumter County.

The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, which said the contamination likely came from Shaw, released test results Thursday showing that per- and poly-fluroalkyl pollution in drinking water at the American Mobile Home Plaza exceeded a federal health advisory level. The Sumter-area mobile home park has 181 residents…”