DETROIT (WXYZ) - Sources tell 7 Action News that the FBI responded to a HAZMAT situation at the Southwest District police station in Detroit Wednesday afternoon.
The scene has since been cleared.
According to sources, there was an incident involving a powdery substance that spilled out of a package or envelope.
Emergency crews responded to the scene at Schaefer and Grand River as did Homeland Security.
The police station was evacuated and all Detroit police precincts were put on alert.
No other details on the situation have been released at this time.
Stay with WXYZ.com for updates.
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