Hazmat situation taking place at US Ice after ammonia leak, officials say

Officials say that the leak occurred on 8 Mile Road and Wyoming Avenue

Officials say that a hazmat situation occurred at US Ice after an ammonia leak.

DETROIT – Officials say that a hazmat situation occurred at US Ice after an ammonia leak.

Officials say that the leak occurred on 8 Mile Road and Wyoming Avenue.

It happened at US Ice on West Eight Mile Road between Meyers and Wyoming.

The Detroit Fire Department declared it a hazmat situation after what was believed to be an ammonia leak.

Some people were evacuated from their homes as a precaution.

But Local 4 was told that things had been mitigated.

No one was hurt, officials say.

A hazmat situation occurred over on Detroit's west side. It happened at US Ice on West Eight Mile Road between Meyers and Wyoming. The Detroit Fire Department declared it a hazmat situation after what was believed to be an ammonia leak. Some people were evacuated from their homes as a precaution. But Local 4 was told that things had been mitigated. No one was hurt, officials say.

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