Brickmore City Fire and Police; Builder's County EMS, Hazmat, and Sheriff ESU; and MTA Police respond to a possible Hazmat situation on board an MTA bus.
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Emergency crews were dispatched to an MTA bus at State Route 18 and Drury Lane after the driver reported several passengers had developed severe rashes on their hands while on board the bus. First due Police and Battalion 2 members requested Hazmat to the scene, bringing Engine 1, which serves as the city's Hazmat apparatus, and Builder's County Hazmat to the incident. All of those on board where decontaminated and transported to local hospitals, and all were released later that day. Hazmat officials removed several contaminated items from the bus and an investigation is ongoing, but officals have not yet released the identity of the chemical. Anyone with information on the incident should contact the MTA Police or the Builder's County Sheriff's Office.
A BCPD officer stops traffic as the Builder's County Sheriff ESU arrives on scene.
Another officer directs Brickmore City Fire Department Medic 1 to the ambulance staging area.
Battalion 2 Chief O'Reilly converses with MTA Police Sergeant Smith, State Trooper Organa, and Police Captain Oswald.
Builder's County Hazmat heads toward the bus to clean up any possible hazardous materials.
Firefighters from Engine 1 decontaminate the bus driver.
Other Firefighters escort the passengers to the Decon area.
Other passengers are turned over to Builder's County Paramedics for evaluation and transport to area hospitals.
Brickmore City Fire paramedics and Sheriff ESU members walk towards the scene past the various ambulances.
Paramedics prepare to transport several victims to area hospitals.
Another view of the incident down State Route 18.
The Hazmat team begins work on identifying the chemical.