TROY, Ohio (WDTN) - Crews quickly contained a hazardous chemical spill in Troy Thursday afternoon.
Investigators say a delivery driver noticed the leak coming from a truck as he waited for a loading dock to become available at Troy Laminating and Coating on West Street.
Investigators determined it was potassium hydroxide leaking from a drum. It is corrosive and is a danger if inhaled.
"We have Hazmat first responders. We actually had one of the new county Hazmat team leaders here on the scene to go over all the information," said Gary Stanley, Assistant Chief, Troy Fire Department.
The leaking drum was safely contained.
A crew from Columbus came to pick it up and take it away.
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