BALTIMORE - Medics and fire crews are on the scene of a hazmat situation at a Hopkins medicine building in Baltimore.
It is at the Keswick South building in the 3910 block of West 40th street. Fire crews evacuated the building.
According to a hospital spokesperson it is a hospital administration building.
11 people that were effected have been taken to be treated.
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According the the Hopkins news network the evacuation was ordered after several people complained of nausea, and dizziness. ( READ MORE )
Our crew at the scene was told a news conference is scheduled for 12:45.
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