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Water Runs Out of Richland Lamb Weston Plant Into Street

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Water Runs Out of Lamb Weston Plant Water Runs Out of Lamb Weston Plant

RICHLAND, WA - The windstorm Tuesday night didn't spare the Lamb Weston plant in Richland.  
  A spokesperson says the plant lost power briefly, causing the processing lines to shut down which led to a backup.  That caused water to run through the facility and out into Saint Street.
  Some water could still be seen around the plant Wednesday, but the spokesperson says operations were back up and running, and there was no other damage.
  The incident was reported to the Department of Ecology.

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