Crews are cleaning up after a chemical tank burst at a northern Utah dairy plant.
Logan City Fire Marshal Craig Humphreys tells the Herald Journal a container of hydrogen peroxide ruptured Monday at Shreiber Foods Dairy Facility.
About 200 employees were evacuated Monday morning. No injuries were reported in the burst and the chemical did not leak out of the building.
Workers at the facility routinely use hydrogen peroxide to clean equipment.
Humphreys says there is no threat to surrounding neighborhoods.
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