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Thinking Ahead About Soil Fumigant Pesticides This Year ...
First Responder Guidelines - from N.C. Divison of Public Health: 

Results from the 2013 Hazmat Challenge!

New NCAHMR Officers Installed

 CSB News - Recent Chemical Emergencies 
WAKE FOREST - At about a quarter past eleven in the evening on Saturday night, April 12th, Wake Forest Fire Department and Rolesville Fire Department were called to 417 Cottesbrook Drive in Wake Forest.
LELAND - Four homes were damaged after a fire ripped through a neighborhood in the Leland industrial park area off of Amber Pines Drive.
ASHEVILLE - Firefighters battled a fire Monday morning in a building on Merrimon Avenue. The fire was in a commercial building in the 400 block of Merrimon. By 7 a.m., the building appeared to be completely burned out.
DURHAM - A firefighter suffered second-degree burns on his hands battling a blaze early Thursday morning.
WILSON - Firefighters lowered a man to the ground from Wilson Medical Center’s first-floor roof after he leapt out of a hospital window Wednesday night.
GREENSBORO - The Greensboro Police Department is investigating after a body was found inside a pawn shop following a fire earlier Monday morning. A large home also burned about the same time at a large home.
KINSTON - On Saturday, April 5 at 13:30 hours, North Lenoir Fire and Rescue was dispatched to a reported residential structure fire at 2016 Ham Streets.
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NC Association of Hazardous Materials Responders
PO Box 429
Kings Mountain, NC 28086, NC 28086