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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    Workers on scene at the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte, Friday Feb. 07, 2014, where Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer Thursday flowed into the Facility.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    A day tank at the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte, Friday Feb. 07, 2014, where the potentially dangerouschemicals were first discovered on Thursday. Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer Thursday flowed into the Facility.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    CMUD, Charlotte Fire, Charlotte Police and EPA were at the Food Lion near West Sugar Creek Road and W.T. Harris Boulevard Friday morning, Feb. 07, 2014. Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer in the area and flowed into the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    CMUD, Charlotte Fire, Charlotte Police and EPA were at the Food Lion near West Sugar Creek Road and W.T. Harris Boulevard Friday morning, Feb. 07, 2014. Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer in the area and flowed into the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    CMUD, Charlotte Fire, Charlotte Police and EPA were at the Food Lion near West Sugar Creek Road and W.T. Harris Boulevard Friday morning, Feb. 07, 2014. Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer in the area and flowed into the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    Workers on scene at the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte, Friday Feb. 07, 2014, where Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer Thursday flowed into the Facility.
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    Davie Hinshaw - The Charlotte Observer
    Workers on scene at the Mallard Creek Water Reclamation Facility in north Charlotte, Friday Feb. 07, 2014, where Charlotte officials say several thousand gallons of a potentially dangerous chemical compound that was dumped illegally into a city sewer Thursday flowed into the Facility.
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