Nanaimo Curling Rink Incident
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|Incident Date||April 18, 2017|
|Name||Nanaimo Curling Rink Incident (DGIR: 170212)|
|Nearest Community||Nanaimo, B.C.|
|Who is involved?||B.C. Ministry of Environment, Emergency Management B.C., Nanaimo Fire Department|
Response Phase Detail
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Most Recent Update
April 18, 2017 - 1:03 pm
The Nanaimo Curling Rink reported an ammonia discharge this morning that resulted in an evacuation of the Nanaimo Curling Rink at 106 Wall Street, Nanaimo, B.C.
The discharge resulted from the draining of a chiller (refrigerator) which activated their low level alarm, leading to the evacuation.
No injuries or health issues have been reported. The Nanaimo Fire Department is on-scene.
No further updates are anticipated.