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‘Glass mountain’: beautiful or dangerous?

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By Meaghan Downs

A meth lab burned down.
Firefighters set the fire to practice for future blazes in the industrial park.
Tim Hostetler, the operations manager at Dlubak Glass Co., in Lawrenceburg, has heard both rumors as the reasons behind the recycling plant’s massive fire May 3.
He’s heard other descriptions of “glass mountain” in the past 12 years he’s worked for the Dlubak Glass Co.:
Eyesore.
Diamonds.
And especially this conversation topic:
What will happen if a tornado ripped through glass mountain?


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