UPDATE: Tucson Fire declares 'all clear' at south-side hospital - Tucson News Now

breaking

UPDATE: Tucson Fire declares 'all clear' at south-side hospital

Officials say the substance was found at a workstation at one of the support buildings at Banner - University Medical Center South. (Source: Tucson Fire Department) Officials say the substance was found at a workstation at one of the support buildings at Banner - University Medical Center South. (Source: Tucson Fire Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Tucson Fire Department investigating a possible hazmat situation at a south-side hospital determined that the scene is safe on Wednesday morning, July 26.

According to a TFD tweet, no hazards were detected.

Crews were called to investigate suspicious materials at Banner-University Medical Center South the 2800 block of East Ajo Way. Officials say the substance was found at a workstation at one of the support buildings, not the main hospital building.

A spokeswoman for the hospital said no employees were in danger.

MOBILE USERS: Download the Tucson News Now app for Apple and Android devices.

Copyright 2017 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Local newsMore>>

  • BREAKING

    TPD: Man kidnapped own mom at gunpoint

    TPD: Man kidnapped own mom at gunpoint

    Friday, December 15 2017 9:02 AM EST2017-12-15 14:02:45 GMT
    Marco Herrera and Concepcion Fuentes. (Source: Tucson Police Department)Marco Herrera and Concepcion Fuentes. (Source: Tucson Police Department)

    Authorities are looking for a man and his mother after a kidnapping on Tucson's east side Thursday afternoon.

    Authorities are looking for a man and his mother after a kidnapping on Tucson's east side Thursday afternoon.

  • Hard drugs found during routine traffic stop in Sierra Vista

    Hard drugs found during routine traffic stop in Sierra Vista

    Thursday, December 14 2017 11:06 PM EST2017-12-15 04:06:09 GMT
    Brandi Jordan (Source: Cochise County Sheriff's Office)Brandi Jordan (Source: Cochise County Sheriff's Office)

    A 34-year-old Sierra Vista woman is facing several charges after a traffic stop by the Cochise County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, Dec. 12.  

    A 34-year-old Sierra Vista woman is facing several charges after a traffic stop by the Cochise County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, Dec. 12.  

  • Businesses to benefit from new Parade of Lights route

    Businesses to benefit from new Parade of Lights route

    Thursday, December 14 2017 10:23 PM EST2017-12-15 03:23:00 GMT
    (Source: Tucson News Now)(Source: Tucson News Now)

    The annual Parade of Lights used to roll through the downtown Tucson neighborhoods around Christmas time. But this year, for the 23rd annual event, a the festive fun will follow a new route through the downtown business district. 

    The annual Parade of Lights used to roll through the downtown Tucson neighborhoods around Christmas time. But this year, for the 23rd annual event, a the festive fun will follow a new route through the downtown business district. 

Powered by Frankly