Men wash the contaminated bridge and buildings with chlorinated lime to decontaminate the area.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary depicts the methods of decontamination after the usage of chemicals during a combat. A bridge with liquid agent . Men place a sign which reads 'Danger war Gas'. The men being given instructions about the procedure to be used. Men fill buckets with water. A concrete bridge is washed with water. The water changes into a white vesicant solid after it reacts with the chemical. Chlorinated lime being put in the water and is spread on the bridge. Men spray oil on the contaminated grass and then burnt. A man uses flame to burn the grass. Men use shovels during the burning. Lime paste being used to wash buildings. The troops march in decontaminated area.
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