Red Cross helping 13 people after Schenectady hazmat incident

August 31, 2018 12:52 PM

SCHENECTADY - Thirteen people in Schenectady are getting help from the Red Cross after some kind of hazmat situation Thursday night.

People were evacuated from 354 Edison Avenue in Schenectady.

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Extensive tests were done and hazmat teams found nothing wrong.

Two people wound up hospitalized, but for unrelated reasons.

The landlord tells NewsChannel 13 an inspection will be done on the building before the residents are allowed back in.


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