No hazards found in chemical odor report

Jake Old • Jun 20, 2017 at 2:35 PM

No hazards were found Tuesday morning at a report of a chemical odor on Cedarwood Drive, according to Wilson County Emergency Management Agency director Joey Cooper.

WEMA officials were dispatched to the scene at about 7:30 a.m. Lebanon police and fire officials were on-scene and asked for assistance due to the chemical odor complaints from several residents in the area.

Crews evacuated the area of the complaint and searched for any hazards. Detection meters showed no hazardous materials were present.

Everyone evacuated was medically evaluated and returned to their homes. No further incidents were reported, according to Cooper. 

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