Small chemical spill, fire on Stanford campus
PALO ALTO, CA (KGO) -- A building on the Stanford campus has been evacuated following a chemical spill and a small fire.
Engineering staudents were using an unknown chemical to clean a piece of equipment in the Paul G. Allen building when the chemical spilled and a small flash fire ensued.
The students pulled the fire alarm and the building was evacuated.
The building is home to the Center for Integrated Systems.
No injuries were reported. The building remains evacuated and the nearby area is closed to traffic.
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