DETROIT (AP) — Authorities say a possible ammonia leak at a beverage distribution business in Detroit prompted a call for hazardous materials crews.

Detroit Deputy Fire Commissioner Dave Fornell tells The Detroit News that the leak was reported Monday morning on the city’s east side.

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No injuries were immediately reported, but fire crews initially waited for hazardous materials crews to respond. The cause of the possible leak is under investigation.

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WWJ-AM report authorities blocked off the streets around the business.

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