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Hydrochloric Acid Leak Sends 22 Employees to Hospital


 
 

RODNEY HART | | Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Twenty-two employees at Manchester Tank were taken to Blessing Hospital Tuesday morning after a small hydrochloric acid leak this morning at the production plant.



Several ambulances were dispatched and Tri-Township Fire Protection District crews responded about 8 a.m. to the company plant at 3400 Wismann Lane. Company officials say a piece of air-scrubbing equipment may have released fumes, but there was no actual spill.

Read More, Hydrochloric acid leak at Manchester Tank sends 22 employees to hospital with breathing difficulties




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