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Mayfield Heights hazmat situation deemed safe

Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO) Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO)
Mayfield Heights fire crews are on scene (Source: WOIO) Mayfield Heights fire crews are on scene (Source: WOIO)
Part of Temple Avenue is closed (Source: WOIO) Part of Temple Avenue is closed (Source: WOIO)
Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO) Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO)
Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO) Hazmat situation on Temple Ave. in Mayfield Heights (Source: WOIO)
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) -

Mayfield Heights police and fire officials, along with a hazmat crew, were called out to home on Temple Avenue Monday evening.

Officials say Anthony Cavaceci, 39, called the police department reporting that he had received suicidal messages from his wife Katrina Cavaceci, 35, and would like to make a report.

Police responded to 1585 Temple to get more information about Katrina. While there, officers discovered the presence of a minor amount of chemical materials and called hazmat.

Katrina was eventually found at a Super 8 Motel in Orange. She was transported to Hillcrest Hospital.

No one was injured during this incident and no arrests were made.

The incident is under investigation.

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