According to a spokesman for the VA, a patient made a claim that they had chemicals in their vehicle that were a poisonous combination.
It smelled like hell today—at least if you were anywhere near the 710 Freeway at Anaheim Street.
Hazmat crews headed to the scene at 9600 E Alondra Blvd., which is just east of Clark Avenue, around noon where someone had discovered the barrels in a shed or garage on a nearby lot, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Two plastic bottles filled with an unknown liquid substance found outside a downtown restaurant caused the temporary closure of roads Thursday morning, authorities said. An assessment of the substance determined the product was not a threat.
Noxious fumes inside of the Southern California Edison building in the East Village Arts District sent six people to the hospital and prompted a mid-day evacuation of the structure Monday.