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Last month, authorities in Connecticut extinguished a fire resulting from a plane crash with FAA-required foam. Now, other federal agencies are concerned the foam might pose health risks.

Connecticut Plane Crash Sparks Toxicity Fears Over Firefighting Foam

By Patrick Skahill NPR
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