CORONADO (CNS) - Fungicide was found Wednesday night on the side of a Coronado road, prompting a temporary street closure and hazardous materials probe.
The fungicide was located in "a container that fell off a truck," Sgt. Mark Porter of the Coronado Police Department said.
The container was spotted outside a home at about 8:20 p.m. and the probe was complete at about 10:25 p.m., according to a Heartland Fire and Rescue dispatcher.
The incident prompted the closure of Eighth Street between Alameda Boulevard and J Avenue, but all roads have been reopened since, the dispatcher said.
8th St between Alameda and J Ave is currently closed due to a hazmat incident. Please avoid the area. https://t.co/MhfAQ6CjvC— City of Coronado (@CoronadoCity) June 16, 2016
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