Frustrations mount at GenX meeting in Cumberland County
Water woes remain in the Grays Creek community as the third public information meeting ends.
Some stood before the panel of experts in the hot seat, firing questions their way.
"Unfortunately, we can’t speak more to where criminal investigations stand but they are definitely ongoing," said one state expert.
Others were more concerned about if the chemical is a cancer-causing agent.
Bishop expressed feeling like he walked away with more unanswered questions than anything.
There’s still an ongoing investigation.
We’re doing an analysis.
Chemours is doing an analysis of private wells in the area," said Julie Woosley with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.
The hour and a half meeting filled with presentations from experts with the Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies.
Still, some residents like Bishop still aren’t convinced.