The EPA staged a methamphetamine lab explosion in a Glenville State College dorm to test emergency responders.

The incident cost the EPA around $30,000.

By Stacy Jacobson

GLENVILLE - An apparent meth lab explosion caused a large fire inside a Glenville State College dorm Sunday. But what most responders were not aware of before the accident is that it was just a test, with federal agents present to judge their performance. It started with a call: "Glenville State College. Pickens Hall. Structure fire." ...

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