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    Pall bearers escort former first lady Barbara Bush's casket into the church for her funeral at St. Martin's Episcopal Church on Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Houston. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle, POOL ) Photo: Brett Coomer, Staff / Houston Chronicle /  2018 Houston Chronicle
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    An explosion and asphalt fire at a Wisconsin oil refinery sent huge plumes of smoke into the air that pollution experts said almost certainly contained large amounts of toxins, posing a serious health risk to those living downwind.

    Asphalt is a petroleum product that when burned emits chemicals in gaseous form and small particles that can linger long after the smoke dissipates, said Wilma Subra, a chemist with the Louisiana Environmental Action Network who has examined past refinery accidents.

    The gases include so-called volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which can cause symptoms ranging from dizziness, breathing problems and nausea to liver damage and cancer, depending on the level and length of exposure, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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