Fire crews decontaminate after fighting chemical fire

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Fire crews have to go through a decontamination process after battling the chemical blaze at Bachman Services, an oilfield chemical company. 

Tuesday afternoon EMSA's Susie Patterson said authorities believe one of the chemicals in involved in the fire was some kind of dry formaldehyde which, she said, was very toxic. 

EMSA was also on scene to ensure firefighters stayed cool and hydrated and to treat any heat-related illness if necessary.

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