• 3 people taken to hospital during hazmat response in Mt. Lebanon

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    MT. LEBANON, Pa. - The Allegheny County hazardous materials team has responded to a Mt. Lebanon neighborhood for a reported chemical odor.

    The smell was reported just before 4 p.m. on Marlin Drive between Bower Hill and Jayson Avenue.

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    The smell was caused by a sulfur dioxide leak in the supply line of a fridge that was being removed by a contractor.

    The contractor and two firefighters were taken to UPMC Mercy for minor breathing irritation.


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