JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Eastbound Quincy Avenue was closed at Nelson Street Tuesday morning as Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated potentially hazardous materials near Harriman Lake.
Just after 7 a.m., deputies tweeted that possible meth lab components were “dumped” near the lake.
Temp. road closure @ Quincy & Nelson (near Harriman Lake) for hazmat situation. Possible meth lab components “dumped” near lake. #jeffco
— Jeffcosheriffco (@jeffcosheriffco) October 1, 2013
SkyFOX flew over the area where investigators said a jogger found several jugs containing the liquids near the lake.
Deputies were not sure what the liquid was in the jugs.
Roads were closed in the area as a precaution.AlertMe