SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Fire Department is responding to a hazmat situation in Sacramento.
According to firefighters, the incident happened on the 2900 block of Marysville Boulevard just before 5 p.m.READ MORE: Thousands More SMUD Customers Impacted By Outage In Carmichael
Hazmat crews responded to the scene to run tests and try and identify a suspicious odor coming from a drain.READ MORE: First 'Bigger Snowfall' Of Season Expected In Sierra Through Monday Morning, NWS Says
The fire department said the odor eventually dissipated and crews flushed the storm drain with 1,000 gallons of water.MORE NEWS: New California Animal-Welfare Law Could Push Pork Prices Higher
The scene has been cleared.
Sac Fire is responding to a #HazMat call on the 2900 Block of Marysville Blvd. The area between Del Paso Blvd and Acacia Ave is closed as we try to figure out the source. Please avoid the area. pic.twitter.com/EaGd7DcXd8
— Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) June 3, 2020