Wednesday, June 12, 2024

What fire inspectors found just days after nitrogen leak at Foundation Food Group

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By Nick Watson

The Times

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Exit doors blocked by machinery and products. Emergency lights needing repair. Exit signs not illuminated.

These were some of the issues listed in Foundation Food Group’s inspection report by the Hall County Fire Marshal’s Office performed days after a nitrogen leak that left six dead and sent 12 people total to the hospital.

The Times (Gainesville, Ga.) acquired building inspection reports through an open records request from 2016, which is before Prime Pak became Foundation Food Group on Memorial Park Drive in Gainesville, through this year.

Local law enforcement. . .

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