Fumes in the air are believed to be responsible for sending more than a dozen students and staff at a high school in South Jersey to the hospital Wednesday.
Fire crews were called to the 4700 block of Darrah Street around 4:45am, responding to reports of fumes.
An elementary school in Philadelphia was forced to temporarily evacuate students Thursday morning due to an unknown fume inside the school.
There was apparently a leak in the basement of the six-story Wistar Institute, located at 3600 Spruce Street on Penn’s Campus, which officials say caused fumes throughout the facility.
Four people were hospitalized after a suspected carbon monoxide leak in Northeast Philadelphia early Monday morning.
Five people were taken to local hospitals after getting sick on chlorine fumes at a gym in Northeast Philadelphia Friday afternoon.
Nine people were injured after a man went on a bizarre rampage that involved discharging a fire extinguisher inside the Public Safety Building in Atlantic City Tuesday morning.
The incident happened at 125 South 31st Street around 8:10 p.m. Wednesday.
A Bucks County family was hospitalized after being sickened by fumes from a generator.
The noon mass was supposed to be a busy one at St. Cyril of Jerusalem in Jamison, but instead of letting people in, the Roman Catholic church had to turn them away.