Some of the airport staff were evacuated, though no injuries were reported.
U.S.Christian Del Court, a spokesman for Leigh Airport in the Belgaum agency, said a chemical product had leaked into the cargo area of Leigh Airport on Monday evening. Some of the airport staff were evacuated, though no injuries were reported.
The incident took place at Liz Airport just before 7:30 pm on Monday on a palette of three drum chemicals. One of them was punctured and leaked.
Liege Airport firefighters contacted Liege firefighters, in particular, a vehicle specializing in chemical interactions, a chemical container, a pumper from the Grace-Holon portpost, a pumper from Ans, and a bumper. De Grivegni, but a rehab vehicle and officers’ vehicles. Civil Protection also visited the site.
The leak occurred near 22 buildings owned by Aviapartner, a company located north of the airport. The building was evacuated during the intervention and nearby airport operations were suspended. An airport spokesman said there were no injuries and that this was just a precautionary measure.
By 9:30 pm on Monday, the intervention was still in progress. The nature of the chemical as the cause of the leak is still unknown.
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