New England hospital evacuated over odor, illnesses
EXETER, New Hampshire – An odor sicked more than a dozen people at a hospital in New Hampshire, north of Boston Friday morning.
The hospital was evacuated as authorities investigated the odor and treated as many as twenty people who were ill. The situation began around 11:15 Friday morning – 10:15 in Louisiana.
Little information is available, but authorities labeled the call as a “mass-casualty incident,” according to the area's ABC affiliate, WMUR.
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