Timonium Marijuana Manufacturing Facility Evacuated Due To High Carbon Dioxide Levels
TIMONIUM - A Timonium manufacturing facility was evacuated on Tuesday after high carbon dioxide levels were detected, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.
Officials said emergency responders arrived at the facility at 5 West Aylesbury Road (Plant 3 - Curio) shortly after 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
Upon entering the facility, first responders identified heightened carbon dioxide levels and promptly called specialized hazmat units.
All occupants were safely evacuated, and the leak was contained within the structure, posing no threat to the broader community.
Authorities are currently investigating the origin and reason for the carbon dioxide leak.
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