“All-clear” given after powdery substance found at Oklahoma City post office

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UPDATE: The “all-clear” has been given. Officials say the substance was ground up tree bark and not dangerous. There were no injuries. 

OKLAHOMA CITY – A Hazmat crew has been called to investigate a powdery substance in north Oklahoma City.

Emergency crews responded to the scene at a post office near Britton and Broady Tuesday afternoon.

Officials tell News 4 a woman opened a package, covering her in a red powdery substance.

The Hazmat team has been called to investigate.

Drivers are encouraged to avoid the area.

No other details have been released.


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