Date: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 20:16:08 -0500
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Subject: Cedarcreek explosion caused by meth lab, authorities say

There are plenty of meth lab fire and accident stories coming through Google that I don't pass along to the list, since they're production settings rather than research, but I think an occasional one is a good reminder of the value of good chemical practices...

- Ralph

Cedarcreek explosion caused by meth lab, authorities say

Taney County investigators believe an explosion at a Cedarcreek house
earlier this week was caused by a malfunctioning methamphetamine
laboratory. ...

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