OSHKOSH - The spill Friday afternoon did impact one of Oshkosh's largest employers.
Oshkosh Corporation shut down operations at the South, North, West, 20th St. and E-Coat plants.
Workers were sent home and second shift was called off.
The company says these moves affected about 1,500 workers.
The Harrison St. and Oakwood St. plants are still open and are not affected.
The company says after being in contact with police and fire officials, it put its emergency response plan in action.
“All in all I think we were able to execute it in a very timely fashion that was able to get everyone out on time and safely,” said John Daggett, spokesperson for Oshkosh Corporation.
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