"Being ignored by a city that you love was hard. Getting sick when the tower was turned on was even worse.
My sister felt it first. She was dizzy, headachy and had a buzzing feeling in her head. That was the day the tower was “fired up.” Neighbors came by complaining of insomnia, dizziness, palpitations, headaches. One had tinnitus so bad he was thinking of moving. One was so dizzy he couldn’t drive his car. People thought the tower must be on now because they felt differently. No one announced the tower going on. They didn’t have to. By December, we knew of at least 13 people who were sick. One had cancer."
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