Residents In Delaware County, Pa., Say Mysterious Smell Is Back A woman told Philly's local CBS station it was like sulfur. Another said she was afraid to smoke in case it was a gas leak. It comes and goes, and officials have looked for the source for months.

Residents In Delaware County, Pa., Say Mysterious Smell Is Back

Residents In Delaware County, Pa., Say Mysterious Smell Is Back

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A woman told Philly's local CBS station it was like sulfur. Another said she was afraid to smoke in case it was a gas leak. It comes and goes, and officials have looked for the source for months.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Something is in the air in Delaware County, Pa. Residents there say a mysterious smell is back. One woman told Philly's local CBS station it was like sulfur. Another said she's afraid to smoke in case it's a gas leak. It comes and goes, and officials have looked for the source for months now. Agencies from three states have formed an odor investigation task force. So please, if you smell something, say something.

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