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Sydney Airport DOOM! Hazardous White Powder Is Found In The Cargo Hold Of American Airlines Flight 73 From #LAX

'Hazardous' white powder is found in the hold of an American Airlines plane at Sydney Airport

Fire crews rushed to Sydney Airport this morning after a chemical leak from the hold of an American Airlines plane. A 'low irritant chemical' was discovered as baggage handlers unpacked flight 73 from Los Angeles Airport which landed at 7.15am. Authorities searched the plane and found the leak had come from a container in the hold. The clean up was successful and no-one was hurt. Authorities have submitted the chemical - which was reportedly in white powder form - for forensic testing to work out what it was. Source


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