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Bomb squad, hazmat team respond to discovery of acid in TSB lab
A bomb squad and hazmat units were deployed to a Transportation Safety Board laboratory in the city’s south end Friday night after traces of potentially explosive picric acid were discovered during a routine inspection.

“Someone noticed traces of dry residue on a container lid,” TSB spokeswoman Josée Coallier said.

“Our guys know better than to take any chances.”

Ottawa Fire Services hazmat units and the Ottawa police bomb squad were deployed to a TSB engineering laboratory on Research Private, near the Ottawa airport.

A posting on the Transport Canada website called picric acid, used in many labs as a chemical reagent, “by far, one of the more dangerous chemicals being used today.”
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