UPDATE: Petroleum spill in Seneca Lake has been contained

[anvplayer video=”5166252″ station=”998131″]

GENEVA, N.Y. – The City of Geneva officials on Monday said the petroleum spill that happened at the north end of Seneca Lake has been contained.

The city says a container on the property, which held up to 250 gallons of petroleum material, was left open leading to the spill on Saturday.

The Geneva Fire Department, the State Department of Environmental Conservation, and their contract workers contained the spill. The DEC will continue to investigate.