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Washington Resident Cites VO in CBC Interview About Unwanted Olympic Gift: Chlorine From Vancouver in His Backyard

Be sure to listen to CBC Radio today at 12:10 PM to hear the Vancouver Observer's latest comments on the history of chlorine disasters and the why rail cars filled with chlorine are being moved from Vancouver to Washington state for the Olympics.

Read the original VO story: "Canadian Counter Terrorism, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, and the World's Deadliest Chemical"

Read the follow up by Hazardous Materials Consultant Fred Millar

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