Drinking Water Contaminated at Medical Facility
Sarah, Posted: November 8, 2012
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Printer’s Park Medical Plaza building has reopened after authorities said they had determined why drinking water at the facility sickened about two dozen people.
The property manager of the facility, NexCore Properties LLC, said Wednesday that the chemical propylene glycol was found in the water after a mechanical contractor connected the building’s heating system to the water system.
On October 29, Printers Parkway was closed after reports of discoloration and odor in the water, and about 24 employees and patients got sick.
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