OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore County Fire is on the scene of a hazmat situation in Owings Mills.
Hazmat crews and the Maryland Department of the Environment are cleaning up a a liquid chlorine spill in the 10500 block of Red Run Blvd.
According to officials, the spill was caused by a malfunctioning pool pump.
There are no injuries reported and no threat to community at this time.
UPDATE - HAZMAT SPILL 10500 blk Red Run Blvd #OwingsMills | #bcofd hazmat crews along with @MDEnvironment mitigating a liquid chlorine spill caused by a malfunctioning pool pump | no injuries reported and no threat to the community. DT0839 ^TF pic.twitter.com/tn4pXSgZ6A— Baltimore County Fire Department (@BaltCoFire) July 3, 2022