An explosion in the Los Angeles city of Los Angeles, California, last month caused the release of a heat film in the air that was thought to be harmless.
However, scientists say they have now found evidence that a similar blast, which also occurred in 2009, is potentially lethal to humans.
The Los Angeles City Council recently voted to remove all radiation-related restrictions on filming in the city’s public parks.
The council said that while the film was not expected to be harmful to humans, the release was still a “hazard” that must be avoided.
The City Council was aware of the risk to humans caused by the heat film and that it was a risk that must not be taken lightly.
The heat film was released in the park and has since been removed.
However it has since emerged that the film released in 2009 was still being used in Los Angeles public parks at the time.
This is a developing story.
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