BELLA VISTA, Ark. (KNWA) -- The Environmental Protection Agency has released its findings from the Trafalgar Road fire in Bella Vista, commonly referred to as the stump dump fire.
EPA officials said recent air samples show no elevated concentrations of chemicals of concern in the community.
The EPA collected 24-hour air samples from five locations in the community around the Brown Tree Service property on Oct. 1 and Nov. 10.
The agency tested for hundreds of chemicals associated with landfill fires potentially containing construction debris, household waste or tires.
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