Culver's in Morris evacuated
Restaurant closes at lunchtime due to carbon dioxide leak
The Culver's restaurant in Morris was to reopen Monday afternoon following a carbon dioxide leak in the building earlier in the day, Morris Fire Chief Tracey Steffes said.
The leak was discovered coming from a tank filled with liquid CO2, the chemical used to give pop its fizz. Culver's employees then attempted to turn off a valve on the tank, as advised by a representative from NuCO2, the company which maintains the tanks.
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