Plymouth: Hazmat team responds to police station, nothing hazardous found

A Hazmat team was at the Plymouth Police Station for several hours Wednesday afternoon but Captain John Rogers said it was all “precautionary” and all units have cleared the area.

Rogers said a local resident was on the way to the dump and had some left over fertilizer and household chemicals in her car. The resident was worried that they might have been mixed together so they pulled in front of the police station and alerted authorities.

A Hazmat team was called in to take care of the matter but it was  strictly precautionary and nothing was deemed to be hazardous.

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Christine James is the Managing News Editor, and anchor at WATD. She has been a fixture here since 1990. Along the way in her WATD newsroom journey, she has won numerous broadcast awards including the Associated Press and Edward R. Murrow National Award for "Best Newscast."