Hazardous liquid spill in Bucks County, Pa.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - October 11, 2012 (WPVI) -- Fire department and hazardous materials crews were on the scene of a spill in Doylestown.
It happened shortly after noon Thursday in the 900 block of Crosskeys Drive.
Emergency responders tell Action News that four drums fell off the back of a truck and started leaking.
Images from Chopper 6 HD over the scene showed four large metal drums lying on a driveway behind a business and a long trail of black liquid that had apparently leaked from them.
There was no immediate word what the liquid is.
No evacuations or injuries have been reported.
pennsylvania, hazmat, bucks county, doylestown, local/state
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