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Firefighters aided a mother and child yesterday after they were treated at the East Brookfield Fire Station following a water malfunction in Spencer.

Spencer water supply contaminated

93 treated at hospitals after plant malfunction

By David Abel and Michael Naughton
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / April 26, 2007

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SPENCER -- At least 93 people were treated at hospitals, and much of this central Massachusetts town came to a halt yesterday after a malfunction at the town's water treatment plant released noxious chemicals into the water supply, officials said. (Full article: 856 words)

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