California elementary college college students harm after airplane apparently dumps gas over playground

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Hearth crews have been tending to a number of sufferers at an elementary college after stories of an plane that apparently dumped gas onto the college playground whereas returning to the Los Angeles Worldwide Airport on Tuesday.

The Los Angeles County Hearth Division stated 70 firefighters and paramedics responded to the Park Avenue Elementary Faculty within the Los Angeles suburb of Cudahy after stories of a substance coming from an overhead plane, the division tweeted.

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“UPDATE*** 70 firefighters [FF] and paramedics on-scene and committed to providing care for those injured. FFs working to confirm substance dropped by aircraft, although initial reports stated smell of jet fuel in area,” the division stated.

The division stated 17 youngsters and 6 adults complained of minor accidents.

Firefighters have been working to substantiate the character of the substance.

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The flight-tracking web site FlightAware confirmed that Delta Air Traces Flight 89 to Shanghai, China, departed LAX and circled again over Southern California and returned to the airport on Tuesday.

The airplane was apparently dumping gas upon its return, KABC-TV reported.

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