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EPA SUPERFUND SOLIDIFIER ERUPTS IN FLAMES IN S.L.

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Flames shot out the dome of an EPA Superfund solidifier Wednesday night after intense heat ignited a series of underground power cords. There were no injuries.

Fire crews arrived at the Wasatch Chemical Co. near 1900 South and 700 West moments after the 9:30 p.m. blaze erupted. Officials say the incident posed little danger to workers or the environment.Technicians shut off power and gas lines when flames torched subterranean cords and other mechanical parts.