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Report that parked car may contain hazardous materials turns out to be unfounded

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Reporter | Sep 15, 2022
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Firefighters set up traffic cones to close East Pearl Street between Cottage and Spring streets while crews dealt with a possible hazmat situation involving a vehicle parked behind the apartment building at left.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Two firefighters in full hazmat gear inspect the blue Toyota after the department received a call reporting a possible hazardous materials situation involving the car. It didn't appear anything was found.


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