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Crews respond to ammonia leak in Kamloops

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An ammonia leak at the Mount Paul Industrial Park in Kamloops has prompted officials to ask people to avoid the area. One person has been taken to hospital in critical condition after a call came in at about 10:30 a.m. A source at Royal Inland Hospital said a code orange was called to prepare staff to accept mass casualties.
1 month ago·Kamloops, Canada

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1 dead after ammonia leak at ice-making facility in Kamloops, B.C. | CBC News

One person has died after an ammonia leak Thursday at an ice-making facility in an industrial area of Kamloops, B.C.

1 month ago·Canada
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CTV News

Crews respond to ammonia leak in Kamloops

Roads were closed down Thursday morning because of the leak.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Global News

Ammonia leak at Kamloops industrial park sends one to hospital in critical condition

B.C. Emergency Health Services said one person has been taken to hospital in critical condition after a call came in at about 10:30 a.m. and five paramedic crews responded.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Globe & Mail

One person dead after ammonia leak at ice-making business in Kamloops, B.C.

One man dead, three people hospitalized, after ammonia leak in Kamloops, B.C.

1 month ago·Canada
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Vancouver Sun

Ammonia leak in Kamloops industrial park: First responders on scene

The City of Kamloops warned of the leak at 790 Sarcee Street E. in the Mount Paul Industrial Park at about 11 am

1 month ago·Vancouver, Canada
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8 taken to hospital after ammonia leak in Kamloops industrial park

Interior Health has confirmed Royal Inland Hospital made preparations for casualties from the incident

1 month ago·Victoria, Canada
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