Water purifier mistaken for meth lab after fire
August 18, 2013 (CHCIAGO) (WLS) -- There was a big response in Bridgeport Sunday when firefighters discovered some suspicious equipment after putting out a small fire.
At first, they feared the elaborate setup was part of a meth lab operation.
It turns out it was quite the opposite. The owner of the home is a bio engineer and was purifying water for his plants.
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