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Police Respond to Alleged Bio-Hazard in Front of Wheeling Hospital

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Chief Deputy Marty Kimball said the man pulled up in front of the emergency room claiming to have swallowed biohazard material and, though he did not make any threats, that he had more in his truck. Chief Deputy Marty Kimball said the man pulled up in front of the emergency room claiming to have swallowed biohazard material and, though he did not make any threats, that he had more in his truck.
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Police responded to an alleged bio-hazard on Sunday in front of Wheeling Hospital after a man claimed to have swallowed bio-hazardous material, according to officials.

Wheeling Police Chief Deputy Marty Kimball said the man pulled in front of the emergency room claiming to have swallowed bio-hazardous material and, though he did not make any threats, he said that he had more in his truck. Police responded to the scene and blocked the main and emergency room entrances. The man did not make it inside the hospital, according to Kimball.

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