Hazmat incident at O’Hare

A level two hazmat was called to an O’Hare cargo building Wednesday morning.

The Chicago Fire Department responded to a cargo facility at 7 a.m. for a crushed container, according to fire department spokesman Richard Rosado.

“The container was leaking a substance and a level two hazmat was called as a precaution,” Rosado said.

After further testing the substance was found to be non-hazardous and the scene was cleared, said Rosado.

According to police and fire communications, the cargo building belongs to Lufthansa airlines, but could not be immediately confirmed by officials.

No injuries were reported, according to officials.