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Chemical spill forcing evacuations on Oshkosh's south side (story, video, photos)

7:08 PM, Sep. 13, 2013
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A chemical spill at Hydrite Chemical forced the precautionary evacuation of thousands on the city's far south side for nearly three hours Friday afternoon.

Oshkosh Fire Department crews worked with company to stop the spill of 1,000 gallons of muriatic acid after a storage tank cracked. The spill was cleaned by 4 p.m., prompting authorities to life the evacuation order. Muriatic acid is highly corrosive and can damage respiratory organs, eyes, skin, and intestines.

Oshkosh Corp. evacuated its headquarters and multiple manufacturing plants in response to the spill. Spokesman John ...

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