Connecticut working to contain Farmington River pollution from firefighting foam spill

windsor Booms surround potentially hazardous firefighting foam that was spilled at a Bradley International Airport hangar over the weekend and eventually reached the Farmington River in Windsor. The cleanup is continuing and authorities are warning people not to eat fish from the river or touch any remaining pockets of foam. (Department of Energy and Environmental Protection photo.)

Windsor, CT - State environmental officials are continuing efforts to contain potentially hazardous chemical pollution in the Farmington River resulting from the accidental spill of fire-fighting foam at a Bradley International Airport hangar.

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