Suspicious substance found at Norfolk post office

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NORFOLK, Va. ‘ Norfolk Police, fire crews and a hazmat team are investigating after a suspicious white powder was found at the post office in the 600 block of Church Street.

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NORFOLK, Va. – A suspicious substance found at the post office in the 600 block of Church Street Sunday morning was identified as non-hazardous.

Norfolk Police, fire crews and a hazmat team arrived on-scene and the building was evacuated while the postal inspector tested the white powder.

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In reference to the incident at the Postal Office. It has been identified as non hazard material. Units will be clearing shortly. Ch. Worley

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  • Publisher: WTKR.com
  • Date: 2018-09-02T13:25:16+00:00
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Officials: Substance found at Norfolk post office was a non hazard material

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – The post office on Church Street in Norfolk was briefly closed after a substance was found inside the building on Sunday. 

Emergency dispatchers say they received the call at 9 a.m. for a substance described as white and powdery. 

The post office was evacuated while crews investigated. Fire officials say the substance was later identified as non hazard material. 

This is the same area where mercury was spilled at the U.S Postal Service building on August 25. 

  • Publisher: WAVY
  • Date: 2018-09-02T14:33:55+0000
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