KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The questionable, powdery substance that caused a HazMat investigation at KCI and at a Kansas City, Kan., mail processing center has been identified as a product called "Snake-B-Gone."
The product is used to ward off snakes.
They are still checking in KCK to make sure it's the same product.
The investigation began when a driver of a mail truck arrived at a Kansas City, Kan., postal facility after picking up mail from KCI.
The driver said he got a powdery substance on him when he was at the airport post office. That's where the original HazMat incident began and where the rupture occurred, according to KCK Fire Department Spokesman Craig Duke.
The mail truck driver complained of a headache and feeling light-headed.
Firefighters decontaminated him and are took him to the University of Kansas Hospital to be checked out
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