Apparently, it was all due to released chemicals in the “Summer Paradise.”
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According to Harris County Officials, “an unknown amount of chemicals comprised of a “hypochlorite solution” and “35% sulfuric acid” had been released in a pool area at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown in Houston Texas, contaminating more than 60 people.
Around 3 p.m., the Spring Fire Department responded to a call at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown.”
HCFMO HAZMAT has been requested to assist @Springfdtx with a chemical incident at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown. 29 people are going through decon. HCFMO hazmat is on scene working to identify the cause of the incident. More info as soon as availabl. #hounews pic.twitter.com/a7v8T3DXwc
— @hcfmo (@hcfmo) July 17, 2021
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“HAZMAT specialists arrived on the site to check the air. At the time officials were unsure if the spill was caused by a leak. LifeZette obtained a screenshot from emergency responders saying that the chemical was ‘mustard gas’, according to a fire marshal from the County.
“Despite initial reports of the chemical being identified as ‘mustard gas’ by on-scene emergency personnel, emergency officials later confirmed that the chemicals are believed to be a “hypochlorite solution” and “35% sulfuric acid”.
Our @hcfmo HAZMAT team and pollution control department are providing support to @springfdtx No indication of air quality or chemical leaks in the surrounding area at this time but please avoid the area if possible. We will be sharing further updates shortly. https://t.co/A5Hpqv9UkU
— Lina Hidalgo (@LinaHidalgoTX) July 17, 2021
The city officials have ordered for the Water Park to stay closed, until it can be confirmed by the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office that the water park is safe, stated Judge Lina Hidalgo.