Library of Congress reopens
One person has been taken to a hospital Thursday morning after a fire alarm went off at the Library of Congress, D.C. Fire and EMS report.
A fire alarm went off in a computer room about 8:30 a.m. There was no fire, but the alarm led to the release of a chemical used to extinguish fires.
The building's occupants were allowed to re-enter about an hour later. And one person was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
Partial evacuation at Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is undergoing a partial evacuation after a fire alarm went off in a computer room, D.C. Fire and EMS report.
There is no fire, but the fire department is investigating.
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