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Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Christopher Thomas
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About 1,100 gallons of toxic fire-suppression foam leaked at the facility Tuesday. The foam, known as Aqueous Film Forming Foam, is considered a “forever chemical” that does not break down naturally. HPR's Sabrina Boden reports.
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