With the discovery of a mobile meth lab in the Village of Yorkville, Monday night our emergency crews spent most of their evening securing a scene show us what it takes when first responders find themselves in this situation.
The Yorkville police, state police, and the New York Mills Fire Department had all hands on deck last night.
"At that time we started setting up to protect the scene because we were dispatched for a safety standby there," said Richard Ulinski, NY Mills Fire Chief.
While Yorkville police were tied up in the investigation today, Chief Pat Collea said a Boonville man was pulled over during a traffic stop. At that time, a backpack full of meth-making materials was found inside of his vehicle and he was later arrested. Meanwhile, the NY Mills Fire Dept. was prepping for an emergency response situation.