HMN-Evacuations are underway, and it is currently unknown what chemicals are involved. (ABC 15)
Horry County crews are closing beach accesses and have evacuated two buildings due to a Hazmat incident at a Myrtle Beach area resort, according to a tweet from Horry County Fire Rescue.
The North and South Lands End Boulevard beach access is closed until further notice, according to HCFR.
Two buildings of the resort have been evacuated as of around 12:30 p.m.
A Hazmat response team was first called to 300 Lands End Boulevard for the reported incident at around 11:10 a.m.
The crews are working determine the chemicals involved, but no injuries have been reported, according to fire officials.
We are reaching out to officials to find out more and we have a crew at the scene.