Avondale: Toxic chemical stolen - looks, smells like coffee
Toxic chemical stolen
Monday, 26 May 2014
If it looks like coffee and
smells like coffee...it might just be stolen
The public - and those who stole it - are
warned not to ingest any of the dangerous chemical that was
stolen from an Avondale printing factory in Patiki Rd this
The chemical Lignosulfonate looks and smells like
coffee. Less than a kg of it was scooped from a 25kg bag.
Lignosulfonate is highly toxic - it should not be
Anybody who has come into contact with this
product should call the NZ Fire Service immediately and seek
urgent medical assistance.
Police want to hear from anyone
with any information about the
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