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July 29, 1995
At least 19 people were treated for breathing problems and one was hospitalized Friday after a pump in a Santa Fe Springs bleach manufacturing plant broke down, spilling liquid chlorine and releasing a toxic cloud. Workers at the All Pure Chemical Co. on Pike Street were mixing chlorine with sodium hydroxide in a 5,000-gallon tank to make household bleach when the pump malfunctioned, said Dave Klunk, a hazardous-materials specialist with the Santa Fe Springs Fire Department.
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June 14, 1997 | NICHOLAS RICCARDI and DOUGLAS SHUIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The industrial area of Santa Fe Springs became a place of gunfire and death for the second time this month when an Orange County man returned Friday to the embroidery firm from which he had recently been fired, shooting and critically wounding his former business partner before killing the man's sister and finally himself, officials said. Angered by his fall from grace at Yoonimex Inc., Soon Byung Park walked into Edward Yoon's office with a handgun shortly before 11 a.m., police said.
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June 14, 1997 | NICHOLAS RICCARDI and DOUGLAS SHUIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The industrial area of Santa Fe Springs became a place of gunfire and death for the second time this month when an Orange County man returned Friday to the embroidery firm from which he had recently been fired, shooting and critically wounding his former business partner before killing the man's sister and finally himself, officials said. Angered by his fall from grace at Yoonimex Inc., Soon Byung Park walked into Edward Yoon's office with a handgun shortly before 11 a.m., police said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1995
At least 19 people were treated for breathing problems and one was hospitalized Friday after a pump in a Santa Fe Springs bleach manufacturing plant broke down, spilling liquid chlorine and releasing a toxic cloud. Workers at the All Pure Chemical Co. on Pike Street were mixing chlorine with sodium hydroxide in a 5,000-gallon tank to make household bleach when the pump malfunctioned, said Dave Klunk, a hazardous-materials specialist with the Santa Fe Springs Fire Department.
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