HAZMAT called to fire in South Philadelphia
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA - April 19, 2012 (WPVI) -- Hazmat crews were called to a South Philadelphia facility that caught fire just before noon this morning
Flames engulfed the building on the 2900 block of Delaware Avenue.
Officials say trash was burning inside.
Crews were concerned about hazardous materials also in the building.
There is no word on if those materials burned or pose a threat to the environment.
philadelphia, south philadelphia, fire, hazmat, local/state
- Police: NJ mom drives van into river with 3 kids 36 min ago
- Partly sunny, a bit milder today 33 min ago
- Get the 6abc StormTracker app
- WATCH: Action News Online
- Fire forces several residents from Logan apts. 6 min ago
- Delco man missing after leaving medical facility
- Rottweiler puppy poisoned in NJ 40 min ago
- Lehigh University suspends frat in vandalism case
- All-clear given after Liberty H.S. lockdown
- Ferry sinks off South Korea; hundreds still missing
- Mom sought after daughter, 11, shot and killed
- Chestnut Hill College student found dead
- Voorhees police need help identifying this man
- Video: Rare fish found off Delaware River
- Partly sunny, a bit milder today
33 min ago
- Fire forces several residents from Logan...
6 min ago
- Police: NJ mom drives van into river with 3...
36 min ago
- Pranksters fake kidnapping of little boy
31 min ago