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Broken Hill city councillors have been advised not to comment on lead issues.
They have been sent memos because of two similar but unrelated cases of groups of former and current residents who are suing different governments over claims of exposure to lead.
Both groups claim young people living near railway land suffered nose bleeds, learning difficulties, depression and skin rashes because of dust from uncovered ore trains going to Port Pirie in South Australia.
The council has hired a Sydney law firm and the memo says councillors should not comment because the cases are going before the courts.
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