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Tampa, Florida -- Tampa Fire Rescue crews responded to St. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday morning after a report of a fuel spill in the area.

Tampa Fire says they worked with Hazmat crews to contain a spill of approximately 1,100 gallons of fuel that leaked before the emergency shut off switch was pressed. Fuel reportedly made its way into the storm drain, but authorities say it appears the leak was contained to the immediate area.

Tampa Fire Rescue worked closely with hospital personnel and the spill has been cleaned up.