A smelly spill in Leavenworth County caused concern in early January
On January 9, 2012, a chemical spill in Leavenworth, Kansas, caused quite a smell over parts of Northland, reports Fox 4 Kansas City.
According to the source, the Missouri Gas Energy stated a natural gas odorizer spill in Leavenworth County caused the foul smell to spread downwind across the Missouri River and into parts of the Northland.
The chemical, which gives natural gas its smell, is not hazardous, and the spill posed no danger to the public. The leak, which came from Fort Leavenworth, was quickly contained.
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