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Chem plant burns

Air safe after Lonza fire, authorities say

July 22, 2013

By SAVANNAH DEMPSEY sbarr@sungazette.com Massive clouds of thick, black smoke filled the air early Sunday morning as flames ravaged the Lonza Inc. chemical plant, 3500 Trenton Ave., in the cit....

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jul-22-13 8:51 PM

I guess we could pay Google to use our GPS on our phone to determine our location and mailing addresses tied to home phone numbers and computers within in some radius of an incident; then they would send a text, email, phone call and social media notification of a problem and how to respond.

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stacey21

Jul-22-13 8:47 PM

Just remember erik that Facebook isn't always the whole truth.

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eriklatranyi

Jul-22-13 6:31 PM

.....and social media works more effectively than anything gov't could put in place ----- AND ITS FREE!!!!!

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wwhickok

Jul-22-13 9:17 AM

In all seriousness, facebook is how I initially found out about it.

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MarcusY

Jul-22-13 9:16 AM

"Air safe" is a crock. You mean, "as safe as a normal fire where people breath smoke from burning materials". That it could have been much worse had chemicals been burning doesn't mean this fire left the air "safe".

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garder54

Jul-22-13 8:56 AM

Yes MimLogue, I agree. Thank you God for Facebook and cell phones. Also, thank you for Twitter, Vine, and Instagram. Also, God, if you find it appropriate, please bring back Myspace.

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MimLogue

Jul-22-13 7:01 AM

We as landlords went to Newberry when they had that money from the fed to put a plan in place for such emergencies and no one listened, thought we were being extreme, if I lived or worked in Newberry ESPECIALLY I would want to be in the loop thank god for facebook and cell phones.

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wwhickok

Jul-22-13 6:13 AM

I remember the 95 incident, I was in 8th grade, me and my friends showed up to the bus stop and there was no one there but we were complaining the entire time there, that it smelled like chlorine. Take it from me, they don't do a very good job keeping the public in the loop. Luckily it didn't matter this time.

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