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Officials say that more than a thousand Children living in public housing have been lead poisoned since two. Thousand twelve estimates. Indicate that one thousand one hundred sixty children living in Nitra properties had levels of lead high enough to be considered dangerous by the federal government, daily news reporter Greg Smith says the city had not used. Federal standards to measure for lead poisoning until this year. They've said repeatedly that a total of nineteen children were lead, poisoned in nitro apartment over the last several years but these numbers contradict that in a big. Way most of these children. Were under six years old, lead poisoning is especially dangerous for young children and can cause developmental