Tampa police briefly ask people to shelter because of fumes

Fumes from a small fire at Tampa's port prompted police to briefly ask some people in the Florida city to stay indoors Thursday morning.
Police initially asked people in southern downtown Tampa to shelter in place because of "chemical fumes coming from the Port of Tampa" around 11 a.m.
Not long afterward, the request was lifted.
"Tampa Fire Rescue has extinguished a small fire in a silo that caused the chemical fumes. The situation is under control and all fumes have dissipated," Tampa police said on their Facebook page.
Details about the fire and what the fumes consisted of weren't immediately available. Police initially said the fumes could cause irritation of the eyes and nose, and headaches and dizziness.