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GARDEN GROVE (CBSLA.com) — Ten students were taken to area hospitals Wednesday after being sickened by an unknown odor in a classroom at a Garden Grove high school. Officials at Pacifica High School at 6851 Lampson Ave. called in emergency response personnel after the unidentified odor was detected around 12:40 p.m., according to Garden Grove police. KCAL9′s Michelle Gile reported the students were transported after complaining of dizziness and nausea. As many as 40 students were affected by similar symptoms. As many as five ambulances were seen responding to the call. School officials said classes were continuing as usual, despite student who described the scene on campus as “chaotic.” “The teachers are like freaking out, everyone in the office is freaking out, making sure kids are not in danger,” said student Bradley O’Dell. Investigators were on scene to determine the cause of the odor.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Authorities went going door-to-door in Brookside to evacuate residents after a two-inch gas line was struck in the area Wednesday night. First crews on the scene indicated a "strong smell" of natural gas. The evacuation covered 26 homes in the 6400 block of Pennsylvania, according to KCFD spokesman James Garrett. Firefighters went inside each house to take gas readings. Garrett said some homes did have high readings. Raytown authorities were assisting with additional gas meters. 41 Action News was told by an evacuated resident that a contracting crew was repairing a communications line in the area at the time of the incident. Authorities said the line was hit around 8:30 p.m. The exact location of the break was not immediately clear, but crews had it capped by 10 p.m. Just after 10:30 p.m., authorities were allowing some residents back into their houses. Many chose to return home. Others chose to spend the night at an area hotel. No injuries were reported.
EAST POINT — Fire officials in metro Atlanta say a man and boy have died in a suspected carbon monoxide leak in East Point. Authorities say they responded to a house about eight miles southwest of Atlanta Wednesday afternoon and found a boy they believe to be 13 and a man they believe to be 40 years old dead. Officials say a 2-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy were also taken from the home to be evaluated at Egleston Hospital for Children. Authorities say a 22-year-old woman and a 10-month old girl were also taken for evaluations. Officials say a gas generator in the basement of the home may have led to the suspected gas leak.
Originally posted by rickymouse
The quickening of the earth by the added energy in the world can cause a lot of problems with gas lines and underground electrical lines. It can cause the earth to settle in spots or to rise in others. I have seen this settling in my own yard over the last twenty years. I have seen evidence of hills disappearing and streets collapsing into mineshafts. Electrolytes conduct energy, salts weaken the covalent bonds while also acting as an electrolyte itself. Energy comes from many sources in the world. This can cause a pulling on gas lines underground.