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He Seattle's self proclaimed crime fighter but Phoenix Jones and his partner el caballero.
War prepared for what they discovered during their nightly patrol as we're walking through this and we came up in.
It just as glaring into stands out we look go quicker.
And -- -- -- side and but in the daylight it's like fifty barrels of something -- claiming to be toxic waste the -- actually say hazardous waste but it is still -- Fifty barrels surrounded by a flimsy fence that -- that he just walk and and right next to a school you can fight crime you -- you can -- on the street you can fight crime and you can go hand out flyers and you can look for missing people.
But nothing nothing is more important in protecting kids lots of kids in Garfield high also uses -- -- -- shortcut it's it's pretty frightening actually.
Like I mean this is where I spend most of my life and just knowing that there's.
Hazardous material around here you know so long it's been here since.
That's pretty scary.
What neighbors it.
The school's director tells us barrels are still a better situation that what they dealt with for years.
Hazardous chemicals were dry cleaning business seeping into the ground in water.
When the business close the environmental company ECC horizon was called into investigate and come over the planet clean this place up.
A company spokesperson tells us the barrels are full of water and soil it was dug up as part of that investigation.
Says they'll be removed in the next few days.
Phoenix -- points out the barrels have been here since December it says the sooner they're gone the better and there's obviously.
But obviously activity back here.
-- what -- but -- a kid loses the ball and come back and -- grab it John -- state Q thirteen Fox News.
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