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November 8, 2013

Vapor leak at BGAD ended

RICHMOND — According to a release from the Blue Grass Army Depot, the GB rocket vapor leak detected Oct. 28 has been contained and no new toxic readings have been found.

The Blue Grass Chemical Activity toxic materials crews identified and overpacked the leaking munition before taking it to a separate igloo. It was then monitored for three consecutive days and tested for further leakage, which produced negative results, the release stated.

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