Pepper spray set off in store

JUNEAU — Juneau authorities say six people were exposed to pepper spray inside a local thrift store.

KINY reports that a pepper spray container was on the floor Saturday at the St. Vincent de Paul store and someone stepped on it, activating the spray.

Authorities say six people were affected, including three who wanted to be treated for their injuries.

They were treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital and released.

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