The Brentwood Recreational Complex was the scene of a serious health scare on Tuesday when an ammonia leak occurred. Emergency crews were called to the scene at 2505 South Brentwood Boulevard around 11 a.m. The facility has recently undergone a $7.2 million renovation of the ice rink and the refrigeration system that is ammonia based. The leak happened in the refrigeration room injuring three firefighters, four construction workers, and one Brentwood city employee. The individuals injured were treated and released; however, ammonia exposure can cause burns to the skin and if inhaled, could cause a fatality. The leak was repaired, and the ammonia was cleared from the building at around 1 p.m. The complex is open to the public, but the ice rink will require refreezing.
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