UNION COUNTY, N.C. - Channel 9 is learning new details about complaints of mold in some Union County schools.
State Sen. Tommy Tucker, state and county health department officials and the school district were at Sun Valley High School Wednesday.
They were there for seven hours testing every classroom in the building for possible mold and asbestos.
Channel 9 is waiting to hear when to expect a public report.
On Wednesday, a report from a private lab at Western Union Elementary in Waxhaw showed high levels of mold in four classrooms.
District officials still have not returned Channel 9’s calls for comment.
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