The leakage of acetic acid on the Paveletskaya-tovarnaya railway station has been liquidated, RIA Novosti was told at the capital's department of civil defence and emergencies.
"Nobody suffered, and the place of leakage was treated with sodium hydroxide," said the RIA Novosti's interlocutor.
According to data provided by the above-mentioned department, at about 05.00, Moscow time, workers discovered the leakage in the acetic acid's capacities which were kept in a container. A 12 sq meter pool appeared at the place of the leakage.
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