Her team tested wells in February after a number of students in LeRoy developed tick-like symptoms. The testing was done near the scene of a 1970 train crash to try to determine if chemicals were released. An EPA report earlier this year said the contamination had not spread from the original site. A report from Leader Professional Services in June found no environmental safety hazards at LeRoy Junior-Senior High School.
Brockovich will make her findings public on Wendesday at 6 p.m. at the American Legion on West Main Street in LeRoy.