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Hazmat Response in Boston's Roxbury Neighborhood: Fire Department

The Boston Fire Department said on Twitter they responded for unknown chemicals at a construction site in a Roxbury parking lot.

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The Boston Fire Department responded Friday night to a Hazmat situation reported near a Stop & Shop grocery store in the city's Roxbury neighborhood.

Fire crews responded around 7:20 p.m. to a Level 3 Hazmat at the rear of 1620 Tremont St., according to fire officials.

The fire department said on Twitter they responded for unknown chemicals at a construction site in the parking lot.

As of 9 p.m., the fire department said the chemical had been neutralized and contained.

No injuries were reported.

The construction contractor was on scene to remove the chemical, according to Boston Fire.

No other details were immediately available.

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