Emergency responders say a malfunction in a fireplace-suppression system at a Maine airport crammed a constructing with foam and briefly trapped 4 individuals inside.
The Solar Journal (http://bit.ly/2vVb4qn ) stories firefighters responding to the Lufthansa hangar at Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport on Monday morning walked right into a wall of froth larger than their heads.
Hearth Chief Geoff Low says it seems an error brought on the froth to discharge, filling the whole hangar.
Firefighters have been capable of finding individuals who have been misplaced contained in the constructing. Low says they have been on an higher degree and have been capable of keep out of the froth itself.
The Solar Journal stories a number of individuals have been coated within the foam and a few inhaled it. Two individuals have been taken to a hospital and are anticipated to be launched.