Officials from the Wilmington Fire Department responded to Harlan Elementary School Wednesday morning to investigate a gas odor.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a mysterious odor that sickened two people inside a building in Philadelphia early Monday morning.
Authorities are investigating the cause of the odor, but determined the building is safe to start the school day.
PECO is continuing it’s investigation into the cause of a gas odor reported in several nearby counties.
Fire officials say they don’t know — and may never know — how the gasoline got into the groundwater.
Crews figured out that the odor was coming from an old refrigerant system that was leaking in the basement of a building.
A man whose apartment apparently reeked of urine and feces was arrested after he threatened a complaining neighbor with a samurai sword.
A bit of a cloud lingers in Paulsboro, New Jersey following the train derailment in November that caused the release of toxic vinyl chloride. It’s called fear, and it prompted numerous residents to call 911 about an odor that started Monday night and lingered in the air on Tuesday.
Firefighters have cleared an elementary school in Northeast Philadelphia after a noxious odor was detected inside the school early Thursday morning. As a precaution, students were evacuated and taken to a nearby school.