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Blast rocks Southwestern Ontario town in wake of toxic-gas leaks

In early June, 52 people were forced to leave 23 homes and 13 businesses after hydrogen sulphide – a toxic, corrosive and highly flammable gas – was discovered at an Erie Street North building. The local municipality, Chatham-Kent, later declared a state of emergency. In mid-July, three dozen homes and businesses in Wheatley were evacuated after hydrogen sulphide was again detected at the site of the previous leak. Read More

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