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A deadly sodium cyanide rainstorm: Travel to Tianjin, China – think twice

Raining deadly cyanide – this may be a deadly reality in this Chinese city soon.

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Raining deadly cyanide – this may be a deadly reality in this Chinese city soon.

A multi million people city frequented by travelers from around the globe is on the edge. Officials limiting information, foreigners are left with alarming rumors. This is the reality in Tianjin, China.

With storms moving into the area, environmental officials raised concerns that sodium cyanide exposed by the explosions Wednesday could release poisonous hydrogen cyanide into the air.

Even though officials say chances are low, government anti chemical war workers had been observed in full protective clothes.

This is the situation today in Tianjin, China, The harbor city is home of many major companies and many 5 star hotels, including American Brands like the Ritz Carlton, the Starwood managed Westin Hotel show this is an international city.

Some tourism experts are quietly warning to travel to the region.

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