Chemical Emitted In Ohio Train Crash Breaks Down Into World War I Chemical Weapon When Burned

  • The substance is “heavier than air” and would be most likely found in low areas.
  • “Poisoning caused by phosgene depends on the amount of phosgene to which a person is exposed, the route of exposure, and the length of time that a person is exposed,” the fact sheet added.
  • “Phosgene gas and liquid are irritants that can damage the skin, eyes, nose, throat, and lungs.”
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