One person being treated after hydrogen flouride release at Honeywell plant in Carville
CARVILLE - A shelter-in-place order has been lifted from a chemical plant Carville after a Hydrogen Fluoride release around 12:45 p.m.
According to Louisiana's Department of Environmental Quality, the Honeywell plant went into a facility-wide shelter-in-place until after 2:30 p.m. Monday.
One person was exposed to the chemical and was treated on-site.
LDEQ said the line that caused the leak is being depressurized and the facility's air monitoring has not detected any more chemicals in the air.
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