2 taken to hospital on shortness of breath after opening envelope at downtown business

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Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two people were taken to an area hospital with shortness of breath Friday after opening an envelope at a downtown Kansas City business.

It happened near 9th and Central around 9:25 a.m.

Multiple first responders were sent to the scene as well as hazmat crews. After investigating, crews determined that the envelope did not contain any hazardous chemicals.

 

Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.
Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.
Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.
Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.
Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.
Multiple first responders were sent to 9th and Central Friday, April 6 on reports of a possible Hazmat situation.

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