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Four people, including a fire-rescue worker, were taken to a local hospital Tuesday morning following a suspicious 'white powder' incident at the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office Initial testing of the powder was "inconclusive", according to Allan Ortman, emergency manager for the City of West Palm Beach.
"The colors didn't change the way they normally do, so there was a little bit of concern," said Ortman, adding that there's no direct threat to other people.
The powder has been sent to an FBI lab for further testing, and it could be identified within the nex
"Scott, who noted that it is "rare" for anyone to be transported to a hospital as a result of such an incident, said the fire-rescue worker was taken to Good Samaritan for possible "cardiac issue". sun-sentinel.com"
Ortman added that the fire-rescue and mail room workers' symptoms could be psychosomatic. sun-sentinel.com