CLEVELAND - Crews are at the scene of a hazardous materials situation that has produced a gas smell on Cleveland’s west side.
Hazmat and water pollution specialists are at a lift station that collects raw sewage and storm water into a containing unit on West 3rd Street and Eagle Avenue.
Cleveland fire said an unidentified liquid product got into the containing unit. They said they are not sure how it got into the system.
Water rising up gave off the gas smell, which is expected to last for about the next three hours.
There is no danger to any residents and the liquid will be pumped out.
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