SEMINOLE — Hazardous materials and fire crews responded to reports of a blast of deadly gas at a Raytheon facility Thursday morning.
Crews arrived at the Young-Rainey Star Center, 7885 Bryan Dairy Road, about 10:45 a.m. after reports of hydrogen sulfide. But they quickly discovered that the call actually was for nearby Raytheon, so they went there. They got negative readings for the gas.
Still, one person was taken to the hospital for an undisclosed condition.
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