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Hazmat at Colorado School

Strange odor sends students and teachers to local hospital

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Loveland Reporter-Herald - LOVELAND - Firefighters with state-of-the-art equipment could find no signs of a noxious gas that sent 47 children and five adults to area hospitals Tuesday from Winona Elementary School.

After spending hours inside the school at 201 S. Boise Ave. with sensitive detectors, officials still did not know what sickened the students at the school.

Tags: News, News Video, school, hazmat, mass casualty, triage, incident command, PIO

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Multiple Patients in Colorado School Illness; Odor Remains a Mystery

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