• Hazmat called to Mt. Lebanon senior living community


    MT. LEBANON, Pa. - Hazmat crews were called to a senior living community in Mt. Lebanon Saturday afternoon.

    Channel 11’s Shelby Zarotney reported that cleaning products spilled and mixed in a storage area near a third floor kitchen of a building at Asbury Heights on Bower Hill Road.

    A worker called 911 about 5:30 p.m. after noticing a chemical smell, though it is unclear what chemicals were mixed.

    In addition to hazmat, fire crews and Allegheny County Emergency Services responded to the scene. The spill was cleaned up and crews worked to ventilate the building.

    Six residents were moved to another area after the spill, said Zarotney. The building was not evacuated and no injuries were reported.




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