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Hazmat crews investigate possible cyanide danger

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CHULA VISTA (CBS 8) - A hazardous materials crew responded to a South Bay fire station Thursday after the discovery of containers labeled "cyanide."

It happened in the 300 block of Oxford Street. A man arrived at the station just before 11 a.m. with two containers, saying they might contain the poisonous chemical. He was reportedly cleaning out his deceased father's home when he discovered the containers.

Police closed off the roadway during an investigation.

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