BERKELEY (BCN) — Berkeley police said a response to a possible hazardous materials incident on Gilman Street Tuesday morning is now terminated.

Police had issued an advisory at 6:07 a.m. about the response that shut down Gilman between Neilson and Hopkins streets.

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The Police Department did not elaborate on the nature of the possible hazardous materials, but said at about 6:45 a.m. that the response was no longer ongoing and Gilman Street had reopened to traffic.

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