DENVER – Officials with the Denver fire and Denver police departments investigated a possible chemical leak at Coors Field Thursday afternoon but had cleared the scene by 5:30 p.m. without finding any hazards or dangerous chemicals.
In a tweet, the Denver Fire Department said there were no injuries reported due to the possible chemical leak, but crews would remain at the scene for a while longer.
#DenverFireDepartment is working with @DenverPolice and @Rockies to determine a possible chemical leak at Coors Field. There are no injuries and crews will be on scene for a while longer. Alternative traffic routes are advised around the area. @CityofDenver @DenSafetyDept pic.twitter.com/s1cwJ4ErEx— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) March 25, 2021
Roads around Coors Field were closed as crews investigated the possible chemical leak. Alternate traffic routes were advised for people in the area.
Denver Fire said at 5:15 p.m. that no hazards or dangerous chemicals were found and that crews would be reopening the streets once equipment is rounded up.
Final update at Coors Field #DenverFireDepartment @DenverPolice & @Rockies found no hazards or dangerous chemicals. Crews will be gathering their equipment for a little while longer & will then open the streets once all personnel have left the scene.@CityofDenver @DenSafetyDept pic.twitter.com/ysSCAXm1K5— Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) March 25, 2021