Three United States Postal Service employees were hospitalized after entrance in hit with a package containing an different dangerous piece during an upstate New York mail-sorting facility, according to a Albany County Fire Coordinator. The occurrence occurred early Sunday morning in Colonie, New York, nearby Albany.
One worker pennyless out in a unreasonable after entrance in hit with a package, and a second worker had a identical greeting only by opening a doorway to a room containing a package, according to ABC News associate WTEN in Albany.
The influenced employees had to be quarantined by hazmat teams before going to an area hospital, Albany County Fire said. They have given been expelled but complications.
Authorities contend there is no risk that anyone will perceived a infested package in a mail.
Hazmat teams are cleaning a building, and there is an ongoing investigation.
ABC News’ Constance Johnson contributed to this report.