About 100 people were rousted from a large Minneapolis condominium building Monday night after a carbon monoxide scare. Better safe than sorry, despite the inconvenience, as far as this attorney is concerned.  


Firefighters at 11:30 p.m. Monday night responded to Minnehaha Place, located at Minnehaha Avenue S. and 53rd Street, after a carbon monoxide detector went off in the building.

Roughly 100 residents of the condo were ordered to vacate the premises while authorities investigated. They found that a power washer in the building’s underground garage was emitting exhaust, as well as some carbon monoxide fumes.

A similar incident took place a year ago.

Although some carbon monoxide was released, it did not reach dangerous levels, according to authorities.

The condo residents were permitted to go back to their units at 2:50 a.m. after being advised to air out their places. 




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