ORLANDO, Fla. - A chemical spill on the University of Central Florida campus prompted evacuations Friday morning.
Authorities said hazmat crews were called when less than 2 liters of hydrochloric acid spilled in a classroom in the College of Research and Education in Optics and Lasers' Creol building.
The building was evacuated for about an hour and a half while hazmat crews cleaned the spill. It has since reopened.
No injuries were reported.
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