Following the Chemical spill from a vehicle on Stainton Way has now been contained, police have confirmed their is no longer an immediate danger or health risk to people nearby.
People are now allowed to go about their day to day business and are no longer confined to their homes.
Cleveland Police have thanked the people of Stainton Way for their patience and operation while emergency services were dealing with the incident.
A full multi agency response was in place with the opening of a gold command room at ladgate lane police Headquarters in place to respond to the incident.
Ensuring step were taken to remove the chemical safety.
A police cordon remained in place throughout today of 200 metres running meaning Stainton Way was closed between the junction of Cass House Road and the B1365 (Gables roundabout) with local diversions via Cass House Road and Viewley Hill Avenue.
Cleveland Police had a well planned and good response to the response they provided to the incident.
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