Walmart Bleach Fight
October 11, 2011 by staff
Because of the hazardous chemical store managers were forced to fight considering the situation of a risk of hazardous materials, while calling the police to arrest the culprits.
Baltimore County Police responded to a call on Saturday morning and learned that two women had been involved in an altercation.
According to reports the amount of chemicals released toxic gases caused that forced the immediate evacuation of the store remained closed Arbutus for several hours while the chemicals have been cleaned.
In response to the situation EMS, Fire and hazardous materials units, with 10 doctors.
The situation led to 19 people receiving treatment, which included three employees of Walmart. One visitor was also taken to store the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Arrested for his involvement in the altercation was Teresa Monique Jefferson, 33. Teresa became the authorities and was charged with first-degree assault, second degree assault, burglary and malicious destruction 100 and the property and is being held on bail and 350,000.
Teresa revealed that the dispute arose from a fight he was having, because the other parties boyfriend happens to be the father of the son of Jefferson.
In a statement to your customers, Walmart made the following statements:
“This is obviously not the type of behavior expected of those in our stores. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused our customers.”
The other partner in the fight Walmart chlorine has not been arrested.
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