Students and staff at an elementary school in Los Angeles County were hit by jet fuel dumped by a plane flying overhead.17 children and nine adults were treated by paramedics, the Los Angeles County Fire Department told Business Insider.The fuel appeared to be dumped by a plane that was returning to Los Angeles Airport shortly after taking off.Sign up for Business Insider’s transportation newsletter, Shifting Gears, to get more stories like this in your inbox.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Los Angeles County firefighters and paramedics responded to an elementary school in Cudahy, California, after children came into contact with jet fuel dumped by a plane flying overhead.Seventeen children and nine adults were hit by the fuel and complained of minor injuries, the LA County
A plane returning to LAX dumped jet fuel on an elementary school below it
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