One L train rider this morning described the smell as 'exhaust and chemicals that feel like it can destroy your lungs; or like you're standing behind a really, really old car that skipped 30 years of smog checks.'
The agency will be testing risks posed by airborne contaminants by pumping benign chemicals into the lungs of straphangers.
Did you realize that people who live near the High Line aren't allowed to be near fumes?
Fumes at a cellphone company sickened 54 people.
Explosion at a garage in Whitestone (WCBS 2) A 31-year-old man
Yesterday afternoon, a building was evacuated (twice!) due to fumes that sickened
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