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Mike Hale health effects Iselle geothermal incident

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Published on Aug 14, 2014

8/12/14 Mike Hale tells his story about what he felt after the uncontrolled hydrogen sulfide release at Puna Geothermal Venture during tropical storm Iselle on the night of August 7, 2014

The plant shut down when lines went down and released hydrogen sulfide for an hour into the surrounding neighborhoods. Many people did not hear the message from Civil Defense about the danger from the H2S in the area and most could not evacuate anyway due to there being a hurricane happening. This meeting focused on drafting a letter to elected reps and comparing stories about what happened during the release. Many people smelled the gas and felt effects from being exposed, even during the high winds of a tropical storm. Several people reported losing consciousness completely, leaving them incapacitated and vulnerable during a very dangerous situation.

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