DOWNINGTOWN, Pennsylvania (WPVI) -- Crews spent hours cleaning up a hazardous materials spill in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
It happened around 10 a.m. Wednesday at ChemStation in the 400 block of Boot Road in Downingtown.
The county's hazardous response team shut down streets in the area when the call came in.
A shelter-in-place for a one-mile radius was initially ordered, but that order has since been lifted.
The chemical that spilled was a mixture of nitric acid and phosphoric acid. The initial report said it was around 300 to 500 gallons.
The Department of Environmental Protection will be working with the property owner for the cleanup operations.