Kenner (LA) Fire Department Relocated Due to Fire Station Mold

A Kenner fire department station was relocated after mold concerns

A Kenner fire department station was relocated after mold concerns, reports WDSU 6 News.

All fire stations were then tested for mold and results show all have mold. Station 39 tested positive for aerosolized mold above normal levels, which can cause respiratory symptoms.

The administration has authorized emergency procedures to obtain temporary housing and immediate remediation and repair of the station has started.

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