Hazmat Crews Called to Clean Up Fuel Spill in Bayonne

Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014  |  Updated 6:12 AM EDT
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Hazmat Team Called to Fuel Spill in NJ

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Firefighters and hazardous materials crews were called to clean up a fuel spill at a bulk liquid storage terminal facility in Bayonne, New Jersey, Monday evening. 

An overfill on a gas tank at the International Matext Tank Terminal at 2 Commerce St. caused fuel to spill, according to the Bayonne Fire Department. 

Crews cleared the area early Tuesday. There were no injuries, and there's no threat to residents in the area, the fire department says.

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