Sulfuric acid spill contained on Far South Side

The Chicago Fire Dept. said 500 gallons of sulfuric acid spilled at a building in the 12200-block of S. Carondolet.

A hazardous materials response team was called to Chicago's Far South Side Sunday following a chemical spill.

The Chicago Fire Dept. said 500 gallons of sulfuric acid spilled at a building in the 12200-block of S. Carondolet.

Chicago firefighters were able to clean up the scene. There were no evacuations and no one was hurt.
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