Hazmat crews called to UPS facility in Montco
HORSHAM, Pa. - April 21, 2012 (WPVI) -- Hazmat crews were called overnight to a UPS facility in Montgomery County after a big rig caught fire.
Action News was on the scene at the UPS building on the 700 block of Blair Mill Road in Horsham Township.
Crews received a call around 2 this morning of a hazardous material spill inside a big rig.
The truck went up in flames.
Employees who were working at the facility, were evacuated as a precaution.
Two employees were taken to Abington Memorial Hospital after they were reportedly sickened by the toxic fumes.
So far, no word on how it all started.
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