Lancaster Meth Lab Erupts Into Fire

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Two one-pot meth labs were discovered at a home in Lancaster Friday morning, according to the Lancaster Eagle Gazette.

The paper reported that the labs, as well as chemicals used in the production of meth, were located at a home in the 800 block of Forest Rose Avenue after a fire.

Investigators told the Eagle Gazette that one of the meth labs erupted and caused a flash fire.

The names of those involved were not immediately released, but officials said that charges were pending.

The home suffered smoke and water damage.

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