Antioch Street Closed Due To Mercury ContaminationA block of Manzanita Way in Antioch has been closed due to mercury contamination Monday afternoon, according to authorities.
Hazardous Materials Fully Consumed In 3-Alarm Fire At Stanford HospitalThe fire broke out at around 7:30 a.m. in the Edwards Building at 300 Pasteur Drive.
San Jose Hazmat Crews Decontaminates Woman Exposed To Lead OxideFirefighters responded to a hazardous materials incident involving a patient at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, a fire department spokesman said.
Hazmat Incident Sparks Hillside Fire In TracyA hazmat incident at a test facility in Tracy sparked a hillside fire on Tuesday evening, according to fire officials.
All Clear Given At Fremont Hazmat IncidentThe all-clear has been given for Fremont residents following a shelter-in-place advisor Friday morning after a chemical reaction started in the back of a garbage truck during a trash pickup, fire officials said.
Hazmat Crews To Clean Up Mercury Spill In LivermoreFire crews in Livermore remained on scene overnight after 15 square feet of mercury was found covering a street Monday evening, according to fire officials.
Seven Hospitalized After Chemical Exposure At San Jose Health CenterFive adults and two children were sent to a hospital after they made contact with a chemical that spilled at a health center in San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood Wednesday morning, a fire department spokesman said.
Customs Employees Recovering From Mysterious Hazmat ExposureTwo U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees who felt ill after opening an envelope for inspection in Alameda have been released from the hospital but the cause of their ailment remains unclear.
Mystery Substance Sickens Worker, Others Quarantined At Alameda Federal BuildingAn agricultural inspection specialist at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection office in Alameda is still being treated at a local hospital this evening for symptoms she suffered after opening an envelope earlier today, an agency spokesman said.
Hazardous Materials Spilled In Creek At Altamont PassThe CHP received a report shortly after 10 a.m. about barrels of materials that were dumped in a creek along Altamont Pass near Carroll Road.
Derailed Train Cars Carrying Sulfuric Acid Placed Back on Tracks Without LeakingThree train cars carrying sulfuric acid have been placed back on the tracks under Interstate Highway 680 in Martinez and moved away from the area where they derailed Wednesday morning, according to firefighters.
Suspicious Odor At Palo Alto Hotel Sends Several People To The HospitalPalo Alto fire officials responded to a report of a suspicious odor at the Westin Hotel on El Camino Real Thursday evening.

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