Fairchild HAZMAT team assists local responders with chemical leak
Senior Airman Nicholas Bouselli, a 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management journeyman, opens the lid of a metal drum containing the clothes of those directly exposed by the chemicals Aug. 12, 2015, at Pacific Steal and Recycling in Spokane, Wash. Fairchild Air Force Base emergency management Airmen employed a variety of their skills to handle the decontamination operations during a leak of chlorine gas that resulted in the hospitalization of at least four people, two of whom were in critical condition, and at least 17 others who were downwind of the plume. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Sean Campbell)
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