A hazardous chemicals driver hired to work a temporary job delivering weed killers to timber operations deep in Oregon’s western forests took more than 200 videos on his smartphone capturing indiscriminate, heavy aerial spraying of herbicides that rained over himself and other workers. Daryl Ivy, a truck driver for Applebee Aviation, submitted hours of time-stamped video clips and pictures to The Oregonian/OregonLive documenting helicopters dumping toxic weed killers on plants, animals, and workers without any apparent regard for safety or the environment. Seneca Jones Timber Co. owns the Douglas County land where Mr. Ivy was hired by Applebee, a contractor, ... Read More
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