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Unclear which chemicals forced evacuation, street closures

9:36 AM, Oct. 22, 2013
Chemical  incident forced evacuation, street closu...
Chemical incident forced evacuation, street closu...: The incident at the Carboline Co., a coatings manufacturer at 614 Elizabeth St., sent white smoke into the air outside the facility, brought a hazardous-materials team to the scene and closed a few streets for several hours. (Oct. 21, 2013)
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Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a chemical reaction that forced the evacuation of a business and closure of some nearby streets on Green Bay's east side on Monday morning.

The incident at the Carboline Co., a coatings manufacturer at 614 Elizabeth St., sent white smoke into the air outside the facility, brought a hazardous-materials team to the scene and closed a few streets for several hours.

"Our biggest concern was (making certain) that the smoke that was being produced was not toxic for the people around the area," said Lt. Nick Craig, spokesman for the Green Bay Metro ...

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