More than two dozen people, including children, say they were hurt because of a radioactive spill at the University of Tulsa.
In May, FOX23 talked to a company involved, and they say no one had been involved in the 2014 incident.
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Neighbors and employees, however, say they have been suffering thyroid issues and other health problems detailed in a new lawsuit.
The stuff that spilled on the University of Tulsa's north campus is called Cesium 137. IT is the same stuff that spilled nuclear disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima.