Propane Cylinders Removed, I-95 Remains Open

By David Chang
|  Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013  |  Updated 7:23 PM EDT
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Propane Cylinders Removed, I-95 Remains Open

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Officials have cleared a hazmat situation near I-95 in the Port Richmond section of the city.

Several large cylinders filled with liquid propane were found on a sidewalk underneath I-95 on Richmond Street and Wheatsheaf Lane, according to investigators.

Officials considered shutting down I-95 in both directions. Crews were able to safely clear the scene of the cylinders however and I-95 will remain open.

Investigators have not yet revealed how the cylinders ended up at the location in the first place.

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