Hazmat crews were not taking any chances and suited up to investigate a mysterious white powdery substance found in a car, where a man and his daughter were discovered unconscious in Lawrence.
The street is called Tone Lane. It features attached townhouses of many immigrants. But anonymous mailings are frightening the people here, calling one neighbor, for example, a “deadbeat, child molester and degenerate.”
It was a scary afternoon at a Long Island Taco Bell, as Hazmat crews had to be called in after a customer, and a police officer, complained of falling ill.
It is a real house of horrors. Police have confirmed the discovery of human remains inside — from an elderly person who passed away years ago.
Emergency crews are still on the scene where a tanker crashed in Middlesex County on Saturday evening.
The driver of the truck was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Police said he lost control when another car cut him off.
Most of it flowed right into a storm drain and the FDNY sent a HazMat crew as a precaution.
There are 100 specially training men and women inside the new hazmat building in Babylon.
The two workers were overcome by the fumes in the middle of their routine residential garbage pickup.
Fumes from bleach are being blamed for a man’s death.