Hazmat crews cleaning up acid spill in Sturbridge, Mass.

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December 21, 2012, 7:38 am
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(NECN) - A hazardous materials crew is working to clean up a Sulphuric acid spill in Sturbridge, Mass.

It happened just after midnight on route 15.
The fire chief tells us 300 gallons of Sulphuric acid spilled from a truck.

No injuries were reported and there’s no word of any damage done.

Tags: Hazmat , sturbridge massachusetts, sulphuric acid, acid spill, route 15
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