GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Workers at a Coca-Cola plant in Michigan were evacuated on Saturday after a sulfuric acid spill, authorities said.
There were no reports of injuries at the plant, which is located in Grand Rapids, WOOD-TV reported.
Members of the Grand Rapids fire and police departments arrived at the plant at 11:06 a.m. and discovered the spill, MLive reported. The acid was being offloaded into a tank when the spill occurred, the website reported.
The chemical would be a respiratory irritant to people exposed to it, MLive reported.
A secondary containment system designed for a chemical spill worked properly, officials said.
Fire officials are still investigating the incident, WOOD reported.