A hazardous materials team member helps clear the scene of a meth lab in York County. Additional personnel and special resources are required if a meth lab is active.
A hazardous materials team member helps clear the scene of a meth lab in York County. Additional personnel and special resources are required if a meth lab is active. Herald file photo
A hazardous materials team member helps clear the scene of a meth lab in York County. Additional personnel and special resources are required if a meth lab is active. Herald file photo

Many hands required for meth lab cleanup, York County drug official says

October 15, 2016 1:57 PM

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