TULSA, Oklahoma – A Tulsa firefighter donates several gallons of an acid product to disinfect the BOK Center for President Donald Trump’s upcoming rally.
President Trump’s visit comes at a time when COVID-19 cases are rising in Tulsa and across the state.
Firefighter Kelly Mull is part of a company that helps manufacture a machine that makes hypochlorous acid, a USDA organic product that is FDA and EPA approved as a disinfectant.
Mull says he has long used the acid to treat chickens on his farm and is now being asked to help prepare for the president’s rally in downtown Tulsa.
Mull loaned his machine to the city of Tulsa to make the acid that was used to treat fire and police stations, cars, and equipment.
He has donated gallons of the acid to government agencies, nursing homes, and other organizations across Oklahoma.
The World Health Organization has recognized the product’s ability to kill the virus.
Tulsa area emergency management called Mull to ask if he would help prepare for the rally scheduled for June 20.
Mull has so far donated 50 gallons to pre-treat the BOK Center, including any walkways and where Trump is expected to pass.
Mull says he is willing to donate more if needed.
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