Louisiana Chemical Plant Catches Fire After Hurricane Laura | NBC Nightly News

Hazmat and emergency crews responded to the inferno at BioLab in Lake Charles, Louisiana, which manufactures pool and cleaning supplies. A statement from the company that owns the facility says the fire was caused by a chlorine gas leak as the hurricane tore through the city overnight.
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Louisiana Chemical Plant Catches Fire After Hurricane Laura | NBC Nightly News

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  1. A pool chemical manufacturing plant caught fire…
    Awesome, breathing chlorine, algicide, and pH adjuster is super healthy. Thank God for these chemical companies; without them, rich people might have to swim in rivers and lakes with us common folk. “God bless America.”

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