FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM) — Three people were injured after an incident occurred at a distillery in Fairview Township, York County on Friday.

According to Ted Czech with the York County Office of Emergency Management, the incident occurred at Crostwater Distilled Spirits located in the 500 block of Industrial Drive. The call originally came in as an explosion around 10:16 a.m.

Czech also said that the York County hazmat team, along with fire crews responded to the scene. There was no fire, but the building was evacuated.

According to the distillery, an equipment malfunction caused an unexpected pressurized release of a non-toxic, non-hazardous solution.

York County officials say there was a liquid substance inside the building which is a 75% vinegar acidic base material released and contained inside the building.

According to Brandon Freistat, Emergency Management Coordinator for Fairview Township and Northern York County, there is no health risk to the public. But, that air quality is being monitored inside and outside as a precaution.

The three people who were injured in the incident received minor injuries. The distillery says two employees have been released from the hospital and the facility was released back to the employees.

As of 1:18 p.m., all united had been cleared from the scene and a clean up crew had been contacted to overhaul the facility, which is according to a post from the County of York Hazmat Team.

“We thank our local first responders for their immediate attention to our employees, as our staff’s care and recovery are our first priority,” said the distillery in a statement Friday.

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