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At first, Lyn Hiner thought it was a bug bite when she felt a sudden sting on her right thigh. She gave her thigh a swat and the next thing she knew flames shot from her shorts where she stood in her San Clemente kitchen...The rocks, described as a smooth orange colored one and a smaller green one, have been sent to a state lab for testing. Initial tests at the county health department revealed phosphate.
. It seems that once they dried off and they came in full contact with the air, things began to change with the rocks. That would be something that WP would do. Would WP be inert in saltwater?
The rocks her daughters collected at the beach that day appeared smooth, slightly white and granite-like but nothing odd.
Originally posted by watchitburn
How the rocks got the WP on them in the first place is anyone's guess.