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Petrolia families: Speak with our environmental attorneys if you were harmed by the sulfuric acid leak from Indspec Chemical Corp.
The residents of Petrolia, Pennsylvania must now contend with the after-effects of a chemical leak that initially forced them to evacuate their homes.
According to a CNN news report, hundreds of residents were forced to flee Saturday after a leak at the Indspec Chemical Corp. plant in Petrolia.
Reportedly, that leak has formed a cloud affecting at least 2,000 residents. Several people were taken to area hospitals.
The Environmental Protection Agency described the chemical as fuming sulfuric acid, which is also known as oleum.
The plant produces a chemical called Resorcinol, which is glue used in the tire industry.
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