Index: Baltimore authorities ask residents to shelter in place due to chemical leak

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Transcript for Index: Baltimore authorities ask residents to shelter in place due to chemical leak
To the index of other news tonight. The chemical scare in south Baltimore. Fire officials say acid leaked into the air as it was being transferred at an industrial plant today. Residents in a one-mile radius told to shelter in place. The all clear has bn given. No injuries reported. Overseas tonight, and the four American students attacked with acid in France. The female students from Boston college were studying abroad. Michelle drug saying she and her friends were attacked by mea meantally ill woman at the strain station in Marseilles. Two of the girls recovered from burns. Everyone is expected to be okay. Major changes may be coming to several national monuments. The A.P. Reporting the secretary of the interior is recommending four protected areas be reduced in size including bear's ears in Utah. The list also including Utah's grand staircase and monuments in Nevada and Oregon. President trump suggesting that former presidents wrongly seized the property. And Sean spicer's surprise last night at the emmys. This will be the largest audience to witness an emmys, period. Many critics taking to social media after that moment, angry he made light of one of his most infamous moments. Spicer now reportedly telling "The New York Times," he, quote, absolutely regrets attacking the media over the crowd size of president trump's inauguration.

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