FILE - In this April 28, 2011 photo, D.C. Orr, a city councilman in Libby, Mont., stands in the middle of a storage area, where bark and wood chips contaminated with undetermined levels of lethal ... more 
FILE - In this April 28, 2011 photo, D.C. Orr, a city councilman in Libby, Mont., stands in the middle of a storage area, where bark and wood chips contaminated with undetermined levels of lethal asbestos were stored. Test results from huge piles of woodchips that were being sold from a Montana Superfund site for use in landscaping show they contain minimal levels of asbestos, according to a report Friday Jan. 13, 2012.The findings appear to offer a rare bit of relief for this town of Libby, where widespread asbestos contamination has killed an estimated 400 people. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Matthew Brown, File
Fri, Jan 13, 2012 4:12 PM EST