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Hazardous Materials team honored for actions during May 2013 leak

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Members of the Lubbock Fire Rescue Hazardous Materials Team from Engine 4B, Truck 4B, and Engine 17B received unit citations Tuesday morning.

Members of the teams worked to evacuate more than 200 families form their north Lubbock homes after a anhydrous hydrochloric acid leak forced an evacuation on May 8, 2013.

The incident lasted for nearly 20 hours but no injuries or property damages were reported.

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