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When a suspicious package prompts an ER lockdown

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July 6, 2017

When two men opened a piece of mail at home in Frederick, Maryland, in May, they found a mysterious substance lurking inside. One man soon developed a small burn on his forearm. Both began suffering respiratory symptoms. So the two decided to seek medical treatment about a mile down the road at Frederick Memorial Hospital. And they brought the suspicious package with them. 

When two men opened a piece of mail at home in Frederick, Maryland, in May, they found a mysterious substance lurking inside. One man soon developed a small burn on his forearm. Both began suffering respiratory symptoms. So the two decided to seek medical treatment about a mile down the road at Frederick Memorial Hospital. And they brought the suspicious package with them. 



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