Atlanta fire: 80 people may have been exposed to substance

The East Point Fire Department is investigating a suspicious package delivered to the Administrative Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons at 2800 Camp Creek Pkwy., Building No. 2000, East Point spokeswoman Renita Shelton said in an emailed statement. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)

The East Point Fire Department is investigating a suspicious package delivered to the Administrative Office of the Federal Bureau of Prisons at 2800 Camp Creek Pkwy., Building No. 2000, East Point spokeswoman Renita Shelton said in an emailed statement. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)

About 80 people in the Camp Creek area may have been exposed to an unknown substance, a spokeswoman for the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department said Tuesday.

The department is assisting East Point authorities on a suspicious substance call in the 3800 block of Camp Creek Parkway, Janet Ward said in an email.

The 80 people “may need to be decontaminated,” she said.

No other details were immediately available.

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