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BP SAYS NO SPILL IN OHIO

 BP SAYS NO SPILL IN OHIO
 CLEVELAND, Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- BP Chemicals reports that it


has been advised by the Ohio Fire Marshall of an "All Clear" in the reported tank car leak near Arcadia in Hancock County. BP Lima Chemicals emergency response team and the Ohio EPA responding to reports of a release of acrylonitrile from a rail tank car have confirmed that the report was in error. There was no tank car leak.
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 /CONTACT: Ian W. Fowler of BP Chemicals, 216-586-4976/ CO: BP Chemicals ST: Ohio IN: CHM SU:


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