Police Report J&J Evacuated In Titusville; No Hazard Identified After Investigation

September 14, 2023

HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–Hopewell Township Police reported that during a staff assembly today, on-site at the Titusville J&J facility, several people experienced symptoms of lightheadedness. Out of an abundance of caution, the building was evacuated.

Local EMS, fire, police, and HazMat teams arrived on-site and investigated the incident. The building
was checked for hazards by firefighters and then by the HazMat team. No hazard was identified. The
building systems were checked again and shortly after, Fire/EMS Officials cleared the building for staff to
return. Police and Fire assisted the staff as they re-occupied the building and all First Responders
cleared the scene. There was no danger to the public and the facility is currently operating normally.

Responding units included: Hopewell Township Police, Hopewell Valley Emergency Services Unit, Union
Fire Department, Trenton Fire Department/HazMat, Capital Health EMS (ALS and BLS), Ewing EMS,
Lawrence EMS.