Global News has reported on a recent call to Vancouver Fire and Rescue Service’s hazmat team about an unidentified substance at a downtown health centre.
The lobby at Pender Health Centre on Pender Street in the city’s downtown east side was evacuated due to a dark “liquid-like substance.”
When specialists arrived, however, it turned out to be nothing more threatening than some spilled motor oil.
Vancouver Assistant Fire Chief Sheldon Young described the call as a false alarm.
Read the Global News story HERE.
Downtown Eastside hazmat call turns out to be motor oil
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