Prince Rupert civic centre evacuated after reported ammonia leak

Jim Ciccone Civic Centre closed until further notice

The Jim Ciccone Civic Centre was evacuated at 4:30 p.m. today, July 4, after a reported ammonia leak.

The Prince Rupert fire department evacuated everyone from the centre after the alarm sounded. The centre will remain closed until further notice from the city.

READ MORE: Fernie mourns after fatal ammonia leak

In a notification on the city’s app, it states most people had already left the civic centre for the day after summer camps ended.

More to come.

READ MORE: City launches its own app and emergency notification system

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