Gas Leak At Mercury Marine

CITY OF FOND DU LAC FIRE/RESCUEIMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:     Troy Haase, Division Chief of Fire Prevention(920) 322-3807(920) 539-8994  September 10, 2013 Media Release #1 Gasoline Spill Slows Production at Mercury Marine  On Monday, September 9, 2013 at 7:17 p.m., the City of Fond du Lac Fire Department responded to Mercury Marine Plant 15 for a reported gasoline spill inside the plant. Upon arrival crews confirmed that approximately 50 gallons of gasoline had discharged into a large tunnel. Due to the extreme hazardous condition in a confined space and the threat of a possible ignition of the vapors, the
building was evacuated and firefighters began to ventilate the area. Mercury
Marine contacted a remediation company who arrived on the scene to mitigate the
spill.  Crews remained on the scene for several hours until the conditions inside the plant were no longer hazardous. The remediation company removed and cleaned
the product until there were no flammable vapors or liquids detectable. There were no injuries reported.

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