From: DCHAS Membership Chair <membership**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Abridged Google headlines
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 11:34:01 -0400
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For some unknown reason, the pinboard service I have been using since 2010 to support the collection of hazmat headlines from Google is not working this morning, so below is a hand-crafted, but abridged list of today's news of interest to the Chemical Safety world.

- Ralph

Czech explosion: Deadly blast at chemical plant

2 Hurt in Explosion at HP Campus in Corvallis

Chemical spill discovered after two days, kills fish in Georgia creek

Authorities unsure where Oconomowoc carbon monoxide leak came from

Noxious chemical smell ?? first suspected as meth lab ?? at VA Campus in Menlo Park sickens three workers

Chemical spill closes down MacArthur Boulevard and Fitch in Irvine

Bawana fire: Bawana fire that killed 17 in January started in laboratory, owners charged

North Bergen NJ: Fire at waste treatment plant

Human Remains Found At Texas Chemical Plant Explosion Site ?? Houston Public Media

Federal agencies to notify cities of serious citations of local companies

Large explosives cache found at bizarre Foresthill standoff, fatal fire scene

Hazmat crew inspects Jacksonville State building

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