How Philly narrowly avoided disaster after refinery explosion
Federal regulators released a report that revealed just how close the city came to catastrophe after the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery explosion in June.Listen 14:09
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Federal regulators have confirmed that more than 3,000 pounds of a toxic chemical called called hydrofluoric acid was released during the massive explosion at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery in June. StateImpact Pennsylvania reporter Susan Phillips breaks down why no one was injured and how the city narrowly avoided a disaster.
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