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    Ambulances arrive on campus to science lab situation

    Update Jan. 27, 11:45 am: Lipscomb University released the following statement. “Last night while conducting a routine lab experiment, three students came in contact, on their hands, with a substance identified as n-Bromosuccinimide (NBS). Out of an abundance of caution, the three students were transported last night to a medical facility for an examination of the skin irritation. They were evaluated, cared for, released last night and are back on campus today and attending classes as scheduled.” “The first two [ambulances] went by our house,” says Emma Shanahan, a senior political science major. “And then we went to our window, and a third one passed by,” says Shanahan, “we were…