News UPDATE REOPENED: Chlorine leak at wastewater treatment plant; Memorial Drive closed SHARE ON: Stu Campaigne, staff Monday, May. 14th, 2018 File photo of NBFES Command vehicle. (Stu Campaigne, MyNorthBayNow.com staff) FD now clearing the scene. Roads now reopened as area is safe. Thank you for your patience. #5555 — North Bay Police (@NorthBayPolice) May 14, 2018 Update #2 11:25am: Deputy Fire Chief Greg Saunders says the leak has been managed and Memorial Drive will be reopened. Update #1 9:56am: All recreational paths are also closed along Memorial Drive. Report of chlorine gas leak at sewage treatment plant on Memorial Drive. Roads and paths closed at present. Please avoid the area. #5555 — North Bay Police (@NorthBayPolice) May 14, 2018 Details are few, but crews from the fire department were called to 650 Memorial Drive at 9:12am. Chief Jason Whiteley is reporting that North Bay Fire and Emergency Services is currently at the scene of a small chlorine leak at the North Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant. He adds that the danger appears to be contained inside the building. Whiteley says the HAZMAT (or hazardous materials) team is on site. As per procedure, NBFES has closed Memorial Drive and asks motorists to stay clear of the area. MyNorthBayNow.com and 106.3 Moose FM will update this developing story as more details become available.