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SALT LAKE COUNTY -- Crews are on the scene of a hazmat situation in Little Cottonwood Canyon.
What's being described as a suspicious white powder was found inside vaults belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
An employee says LDS Church history genealogical files are stored in these vaults.
Around noon today 45 workers were inside the vault. Two of them were moving pallets when they saw the white powder.
They both were exposed to the powder and did get it on their skin, but neither is showing any symptoms.
They were quarantined and the powder was tested.
Powder found at LDS Church vaults is harmless
October 7th, 2009 @ 3:53pm
SALT LAKE COUNTY -- A suspicious white powder caused quite a scare in Little Cottonwood Canyon Wednesday afternoon.
The powder, which was found inside vaults belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, turned out to be harmless.