High School HazMat

Please note that the stock photo this news outlet chose to run with this story is of actual pumpkins, not the petrochemical, poisonous “pumpkin spice” perfume that students and faculty were exposed to without warning or consent. “An unusual smell prompted an evacuation and a hazardous materials response at a Baltimore high school…fire officials discovered the source of the smell: a pumpkin spice air freshener. Several people reported difficulty breathing. Fire spokesman Roman Clark said two students and three adults were taken to the hospital for stomach ailments.”

An unusual smell prompted an evacuation and a hazardous materials response at a Baltimore high school. But after five people were taken to the hospital…
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