Shelter-in-place advisory lifted after chemical spill in East Rutherford

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — A shelter-in-place advisory has been lifted after a chemical spill in East Rutherford, according to police.

The spill reportedly happened at Union Avenue and DuBois Street in East Rutherford, according to police. No injuries were reported.

Officials initially told residents to stay in a "small, interior room with few or no windows."

Hazmat officials from Bergen County responded, along with fire and police officials.

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