INDIANAPOLIS - Firefighters were called to St.Vincent Hospital Saturday evening after an individual brought in several jugs of an unknown substance.
According to IFD, an unidentified person brought five one-gallon water jugs into the 86th Street hospital, placed them on the front desk and then exited.
A security officer moved the containers to a hazardous materials shed outside the building before calling in IFD's Hazardous Material Task Force.
IFD confirmed the containers were not releasing any gases, liquids or heat, and ultimately determined the unknown liquid was not hazardous.
Indianapolis police were investigating the incident. The identity and motive of the individual were not immediately known.
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