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The Pueblo Health Department has collected a sample of an unknown substance from the site of a hazardous material incident in Pueblo. The sample has been taken back to a lab for testing.
Originally posted by relocator
My husband reported that the chatter on the cb was that something of this nature happened about 3 weeks ago at a school. The chatter was speculating that this was somehow coming from the underground bases/tunnels.
BREAKING NEWS: there is a HAZMAT situation going on at the Parkview ER off Highway 50 in Pueblo West.
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says they're investigating an unknown substance exposure, after 16 people were sickened with symptoms of chemical exposure. However, no chemicals have been found at this time. The PCSO says that nothing "chemical or otherwise, that would lead to the symptoms of those decontaminated" has been found. "We checked everything," Woody Percival, the Public Information Officer for the Pueblo Fire Department, said in a statement released by Pueblo County. "There is no obvious source for what we saw today. We have exhausted our list of things to check for and ways to check for them."
PCSO says that seven of the eight Integrated Document Solutions employees are in good condition, and will remain in the hospital for observation. One employee is in fair condition, and has been decontaminated and transported to Parkview Medical Center's main facility, according to PCSO. Anyone who was in the general area of the Pueblo Memorial Airport Industrial Park on Friday is asked to admit themselves to Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo West if any symptoms emerge.