The incident happened at 125 South 31st Street around 8:10 p.m. Wednesday.
Hazmat crews are currently at a New Jersey supermarket where three people fell ill Wednesday afternoon.
Emergency personnel are on the scene of a hazardous materials incident at Villanova University.
A hall in Swarthmore College was evacuated due to a chemical smell Saturday afternoon.
The precautionary evacuations in Paulsboro were ordered late Friday, hours after the train derailment, and will likely remain in effect throughout the weekend and possibly longer.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that broke out in a Chester County residence on Tuesday night.
Fire officials say they responded around 5:30 a.m. to the Hampton Inn at 13th and Race Streets, when something triggered the alarm system. The building was then evacuated of all 366 people.
There was a Hazmat situation in Old City Saturday morning that shut down a block and forced evacuations for a few hours.
A Lehigh County hospital shut down its emergency department entrance Thursday afternoon due to a possible hazmat situation.
A fire police officer died after suffering a heart attack after leaving the scene of a chemical plant fire in Bucks County that was caused by a lightning strike early Wednesday morning.
The incident, which happened at the Roman Halls Plant on River Road in Croydon, involved a drum that had a reaction when the lid was removed.
A HAZMAT investigation in Montgomery County shut down several roads for close to an hour Thursday afternoon.
Firefighters have cleared an elementary school in Northeast Philadelphia after a noxious odor was detected inside the school early Thursday morning. As a precaution, students were evacuated and taken to a nearby school.
A high-rise building in one of Philadelphia’s most upscale neighborhood has been evacuated because of a strong odor that sent eight people to hospitals complaining of throat irritation.
Authorities are investigating a hazmat situation at a high school in Northeast Philadelphia that caused approximately 200 people to seek medical treatment.