UPDATE: Suspicious Package at Viera Home Brings in Hazmat Team, Two People Refuse Treatment

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incident happened around 3 p.m.

Brevard County officials were on the scene of Hazmat incident Wednesday afternoon in Viera near Crane Creek Boulevard. (BCFR Image)

*UPDATE – Officials say the substance has been tested by Hazmat and has been determined to be a non-hazardous substance that caused the mild respiratory irritation of the two residents.


BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – Brevard County officials were on the scene of Hazmat incident Wednesday afternoon in Viera near Crane Creek Boulevard.

A spokesperson with Brevard County Fire Rescue says a suspicious package was discovered, along with two patients found that were initially having difficulties breathing.

A Hazmat team was working on making entry.

The two people who initially had difficulties breathing refused care, according to Brevard County Fire Rescue.

More info will be forthcoming as details emerge.

A spokesperson with Brevard County Fire Rescue says a suspicious package was discovered, along with two patients found that were initially having difficulties breathing. (BCFR Image)
Brevard County officials were on the scene of Hazmat incident Wednesday afternoon in Viera near Crane Creek Boulevard. (BCFR Image)
A Hazmat team was working on making entry. (BCFR Image)
A Hazmat team prepares to make entry. (BCFR Image)

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