No Hazard Found After Hazmat Investigation at Home in Weymouth

Massachusetts State Police said the resident at the home was cooperating with investigators

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Hazmat teams converged on a home in Weymouth, Massachusetts, Thursday morning to look into potentially hazardous materials there, police said.

No one was hurt and there was no threat to the public, Massachusetts State Police said, and the Department of Fire Services later said the investigation ended without any hazardous materials found. They didn't say what the material was that prompted the investigation.



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The initial call for an emergency came in about 10 a.m., Weymouth police said, and state police said the resident at the home was cooperating with investigators.

The two police departments were joined at the scene, on Mansfield Street, by local firefighters, the Department of Fire Services Hazmat team and the ATF, according to state police.

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