Colonie postal facility reopens after HAZMAT response

March 12, 2018 05:22 AM

COLONIE - The U.S. Post Office’s regional processing center in Colonie was evacuated late Saturday after three employees came down with a rash associated with an unknown substance in or on a package.  

HAZMAT responders were brought in to assess the situation, and have ruled the substance non-hazardous. Additional testing is now being done to figure out exactly what it is. 

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The three employees have been treated and released. Colonie Police say the Karner Rd. postal facility is now reopened.


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