A hazardous materials team in Kelowna, B.C., was called to a local park after large quantities of an unidentified white powder was discovered Wednesday morning.
Platoon Capt. Kelly Stephens says both a hazmat and fire crew responded to the suspicious substance call.
Stephens says the team donned their level-B protection suits — covering them from head to toe —and entered the park with testing equipment.
Instead of a hazardous material, they discovered the white powder was the makings of pizza dough.
Apparently no extra cheese or anchovies were involved. (CKFR)
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