GRAND CHUTE, WI (WTAQ) - Two lanes of northbound Highway 41 in Grand Chute closed Saturday due to a Hazmat spill.
Fire crews responded to the scene for the flammable liquid spill at 8:30 a.m.
Officials say a semi trailer had a leak inside while driving just south of College Avenue. The Northeast Regional Hazmat Team was called to the area of the incident.
According to crews, about 200 gallons of Methyl Pyrrolidinone, which is combustible and an irritant, were leaked.
There have been reports of the liquid being sprayed onto vehicles while the truck was driving down the highway from Oshkosh. If your vehicle was sprayed, you should wear long sleeves, rubber gloves and safety glasses and wash your vehicle with water and liquid Tide.
If your skin has come into contact with the liquid it is recommended that you take a shower and wash your skin with soap and water for 15 min. Medical assistance should be sought if your skin becomes irritated after washing, or if you experience other medical symptoms.
Officials do not have a damage estimate at this time. No injuries have been reported.