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Carbon monoxide sets off alarm at Starbucks

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The Brainerd Fire Department responded to two alarms between Thursday and Friday, Nov. 14-15.

Firefighters were called at 5:26 p.m. Thursday to Starbucks, 15091 Edgewood Drive, Baxter, for a carbon monoxide alarm. Upon investigation, carbon monoxide in the establishment was confirmed and determined to be caused by maintenance work. The building was ventilated.

At 8:17 a.m. Friday, the fire department responded to Four Winds Treatment Center, 11615 State Ave., for a fire alarm. Upon investigation, it was determined to be a false alarm.

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