12 Injured From a Chemical Incident on Staten Island
Staten Island, NY – A total of 12 persons were injured from a chemical incident that occurred on 220 Osgood Avenue at around 6:30 p.m. on June 9. Six kids, four police officers, and two adults were hurt when a chemical irritant, possibly pepper spray, left a toxic-smelling stench in the building. All patients were taken to an area hospital.
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