Twenty staff have been pressured out of a warehouse in Castleridge early Monday attributable to a chemical spill.
The spill occurred simply earlier than 3:10 a.m., the Calgary Hearth Division advised World Information.
A forklift punctured a case containing hydrogen peroxide. The suitcase then hit a metallic shelf, inflicting a chemical response and making a cloud of gasoline, firefighters mentioned.
Twenty staff exited the Day and Ross Freight warehouse off Westwinds Drive NE, and three of them have been assessed by EMS however not taken to the hospital.
The fireplace division’s hazmat staff used a hose line to dilute the hydrogen peroxide to dissipate the gasoline cloud.
The warehouse was ventilated and crews started monitoring the air to make sure it was protected.