Tomah, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Tomah Police shut down part of a neighborhood Wednesday to investigate what they believe to be a mobile methamphetamine lab.
Police say around 11am they were informed of a possible lab in a parked vehicle at 407 Clark Street.
Officials met with the person in the parked car and found items associated with making meth in the car.
The products used to make meth are toxic and flammable so Police shut down part of Clark Street for three hours.
The La Crosse County Sheriff's Department was called in to assist with removing the items from the area.
Tomah Police say no arrest have been made at this time because the incident is under investigation.
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