Workers at a gun range in Washington state are suing their employer over allegedly harmful lead exposure.
A lot of rounds are shot off at gun ranges. But you may have wondered what happens to all those spent bullets and shell casings which are often made of lead.
Some workers at Wade's Eastside Guns in Bellevue say they dug large holes at the gun range to bury the spent bullets and lead. When it rained, the workers claim to have been exposed to toxins, Seattle's KING-TV reports.