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Fire Crews Clean Up Acid Spill In SE OKC

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Oklahoma City Fire Department's hazardous materials team responded to an acid leak in Southeast Oklahoma City Monday morning.

Authorities said 300-500 gallons of hydrochloric product leaked when a hose was knocked loose at the railroad yard on the 900 block of S. Byers Avenue.

Crews on scene neutralized the acid spill and cleaned up the scene. OG&E officials also responded to the incident after the report of a power line down in that area.

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