HAZMAT crews respond to reported acid spill in downtown OKC

HAZMAT crews respond to reported acid spill in downtown OKC

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The Oklahoma City Fire Department and emergency responders are on the scene of a possible acid spill just south of the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Fire and HAZMAT crews were called to the intersection of N Lee Ave and W Main Street just past 3:00 PM to a report of an acid spill at the intersection. The area is just one block south of the Oklahoma City Police Department headquarters.

Reports indicate that at least one person is being treated at the scene.

FOX 25 has a news team on the scene. We'll bring you more information as it comes in to our newsroom.

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