|DOWN-WIND-ER: A person living downwind of a nuclear test site, weapons plant or reactor, where the risk from fallout or radiation leaks is greatest.
Did you live within 10 miles of the Rocky Flats Plant between 1952-1992? If you were a resident of the areas circumscribed by the boundaries of Highway 128/120th Avenue on the north, I-25 on the east, I-70 on the south, and Highway 93 on the west (see map) between 1952 and 1992, we want to include you in the Metropolitan State University of Denver health survey. A health survey completed by residents can establish the need for medical monitoring. NO HEALTH SURVEY HAS EVER BEEN CONDUCTED BEFORE ON ROCKY FLATS RESIDENTS.
|The Veterans Administration has recognized certain diseases as resulting from exposure to ionizing radiation.
||The Rocky Flats Plant was a United States nuclear weapons production facility near Denver, Colorado that operated from 1952 to 1992. Nearest city: Arvada, Colorado|