LAFD Responds To Flash Chemical Fire At UbiQD On Eastgate Road, No Injuries Reported

IMG_6169Multiple Los Alamos Fire Department units responded to a flash chemical fire Friday afternoon at UbiQD on Eastgate Drive. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_6176Los Alamos Fire Department personnel from right, Captain Michael Cayton, Battalion Chief Ben Stone and Captain Tracy Stidham confer Friday afternoon at the scene of a hazmat incident at Eastgate Drive. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_6173Los Alamos Fire Department Deputy Chief Steve Dawald speaks with Capt. Michael Cayton Friday afternoon during the response to a flash chemical fire. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_6172A Los Alamos firefighter in Hazmat gear approaches the UbiQD building Friday afternoon. Photo by Maire O’Neill/losalamosreporter.comIMG_6178The Los Alamos Fire Department’s Hazmat 1 truck and several other LAFD vehicles were deployed to the UbiQD building at 134 Eastgate Drive Friday afternoon. Firefighters reported that there was yellow smoke billowing from the building when they arrived. Hazmat teams were deployed. There were not injuries reported. Reports at the scene indicated that there were several chemicals under a hood where the fire broke out. Photo by Maire O’Neill/