Jordan Downs residents fear wider impact of planned demolition in former industrial site as tests conducted in area’s schools also found high levels of lead

It’s a sunny Saturday morning in South-Central Los Angeles, but Nuvia Perez is keeping her three boys inside.

“They don’t go out to play,” said Perez, 37, whose front door faces a 21-acre former industrial site in the heart of Jordan Downs, a housing project in South-Central.

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Source: Guardian Environment