Asbestos Closes Hampton (VA) Fire Station

Fire Station 7 was preparing to have new carpet installed when it was discovered the old tiles might have asbestos, reports 13 News Now.

The air quality was normal, but asbestos was found in the floor tiles. A licensed contractor will remove the asbestos material, although no timeline was given for the fire station to reopen.

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