Facebook Evacuates facility due to a deadly poison

The deadly poison Sarin was allegedly discovered today in a San Francisco based mailing facility for the tech giant.

Just when you thought that Facebook and Steve Wozniak were making headlines today, here comes another. Apparently, the deadly poison Sarin was allegedly discovered today in a San Francisco based mailing facility for the tech giant.

Local authorities say that the facility in Menlo Park was quarantined off and two people may have been exposed but checked out of a medical facility.

Four buildings were evacuated after the substance was found. Facebook says that they are working with local authorities to investigate how this happened. Three of the buildings have already welcomed back workers. They went on to state, “The safety of our employees is our top priority and we will share additional information when it is available.”

#BREAKING: At least 2 employees may have been possibly exposed to sarin after coming in contact with the chemical at a Facebook mailing facility, Menlo Park fire officials say. https://t.co/fnKE1CC8OW— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) July 1, 2019

Stay tuned to TheUrbanTwist.com for further details.

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