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David Parr, a former service member from Ohio, served in the army in Afghanistan.
Parr says while he was stationed in Afghanistan, he was within breathing distance of the KBR waste disposal operation. He adds that employees of KBR disposed of human corpses, chemicals, old batteries and much more in the burn pits.
The soldier says as a result of his proximity to the operation, he was forced to inhale the fumes from the waste.
In Parr’s lawsuit, he says the smell from the waste burning process was so bad soldiers stationed near the burn pits had to wear inhalers at night to breathe.
The lawsuit alleges because of Parr’s exposure, he and other soldiers developed severe respiratory and other health-related problems.
Parr alleges he had to leave (honorable discharge) the military because he could no longer pass the physical examination in the Army.
Houston attorney Michael Patrick Doyle is representing Parr in this case. (Click HERE for original article)