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A resident of Connecticut recently wrote his congressman about this unusual contrail activity. The following is the reply he received:
March 5, 1999
I'm enclosing a copy of a letter which I recently sent to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding your concerns about the possible release of toxic chemical substances from jet contrails that have contributed to illnesses in a number of states.
As soon as I receive a response from them, I will promptly contact you. In the meantime, please don't hesitate to let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
(Letter To The Administrator Of The EPA)
I'm enclosing copies of letters and e-mails which I recently received from some of my constituents regarding their concerns about the possible release of toxic chemical substances from jet contrails. My constituents are specifically concerned about reports of toxic spraying over populated areas in 41 states. According to the information they have provided, these substances were chemically analyzed and reportedly contained ethylene dibromide, a cancer-causing chemical and infectious pathogen. My constituents further point out recent outbreaks of flu-like symptoms and other sicknesses in Connecticut and other states that may possibly be linked to jet fuel exhaust fumes.
I would greatly appreciate it if you would provide me with a response which addresses the issues my constituents have raised.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.