Government cleanup plan for bombing range rattles Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The U.S. government has a new fight in Vieques, the Puerto Rican island that was used as a Navy bombing range for decades.
An extensive cleanup of the eastern portion of Vieques is years from being finished, but the government says it is ready to declare work completed on a nearly 400-acre site on the western side that was used to store and detonate expired munitions.
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