Chemical spill delivers questions at Central Florida post office
Fire officials responded immediately to a chemical spill at a Central Florida post office on March 24, 2012, according to CFNews13. Safety crews evacuated 21 employees from the mail sorting facility because a non-hazardous mineral oil-based substance leaked around 10 a.m.
Cleanup workers noted post office employees complained of coughing and burning of the throat. Fire officials declared the area a high threat facility after the spill, the news source reports. No injuries were reported, and the facility reopened shortly after the environmental cleanup was completed.
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