Police, fire and Hazmat teams were called to a south Nashville rail yard early Thursday morning after a chemical leaked from a CSX train car.
Crews were called the rail yard at Hogan Road and Regent Drive early in the 1 a.m. hour as crews worked to located and fix the leak.
Firefighters identified the substance as anhydrous ammonia, but there’s no word yet on what caused the leak.
Hogan Road was closed for a few hours as a precaution, but has been reopened.
Thursday’s leak comes one day after hydrochloric acid leaked out of a tanker Wednesday morning on Sidco Drive. Investigators said that leak stemmed from two tankers bumping when they were being connected. The bump caused an emergency valve to release the chemical.
No one was injured in either incident.