Dillon’s store temporarily closed following Freon leak


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A Topeka Dillon’s store is open again after it was discovered that there was a Freon leak in the building.

According to company spokesperson Sheila Lowrie, it happened around 3:30 Monday afternoon.

She says the building was evacuated as a precautionary measure.

No one was injured and crews worked with Topeka firefighters this afternoon to repair the leak.

The Kansas Department of Health And Environment and The Kansas Department of Agriculture were also called to the scene.

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