DENVER (CBS4)– Firefighters rushed to Coors Field on Thursday afternoon on reports of a possible chemical leak. Denver Fire crews teamed up with Denver police and the Colorado Rockies to investigate but ultimately found no evidence of dangerous chemicals.
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Final update at Coors Field #DenverFireDepartment @DenverPolice & @Rockies found no hazards or dangerous chemicals. Crews will be gathering their equipment for a little while longer & will then open the streets once all personnel have left the scene.@CityofDenver @DenSafetyDept pic.twitter.com/ysSCAXm1K5READ MORE: With Face Masks No Longer Mandated For Those Who Are Vaccinated, Business Owners Navigate Uncertainty
— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) March 25, 2021
No injuries were reported. Crews were expected to be at the ballpark for a while longer as they wrapped up the investigation. Drivers were urged to take an alternate route but firefighters said the roads would reopen once all the equipment was removed.
#DenverFireDepartment is working with @DenverPolice and @Rockies to determine a possible chemical leak at Coors Field. There are no injuries and crews will be on scene for a while longer. Alternative traffic routes are advised around the area. @CityofDenver @DenSafetyDept pic.twitter.com/s1cwJ4ErEx
— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) March 25, 2021MORE NEWS: COVID In Colorado: Excitement Builds As Children Ages 12-15 Begin To Get Pfizer Vaccine