Flemington Road community neighbors Sam Malpass, left, and Kenneth Sandlin of Wilmington walk through former hunting grounds near their homes on Feb. 19, 2014. The two are part of a small community nearby the L.V. Sutton Complex operated by Duke Energy they feel has polluted well water from seepage from large coal ash ponds.
Flemington Road community neighbors Sam Malpass, left, and Kenneth Sandlin of Wilmington walk through former hunting grounds near their homes on Feb. 19, 2014. The two are part of a small community nearby the L.V. Sutton Complex operated by Duke Energy they feel has polluted well water from seepage from large coal ash ponds. Randall Hill AP FILE PHOTO
Flemington Road community neighbors Sam Malpass, left, and Kenneth Sandlin of Wilmington walk through former hunting grounds near their homes on Feb. 19, 2014. The two are part of a small community nearby the L.V. Sutton Complex operated by Duke Energy they feel has polluted well water from seepage from large coal ash ponds. Randall Hill AP FILE PHOTO

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