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Cooling Fan Causes False Alarm at Evansville, Ind., Self-Storage Facility

A cooling fan for a security camera at a self-storage facility in Evansville, Ind., created temporary panic and a false alarm late Saturday night.

A cooling fan for a security camera at a self-storage facility in Evansville, Ind., created temporary panic and a false alarm late Saturday night.

WTVW-TV in Evansville reported that firefighters were called to the scene at the Infinite Self Storage on Mesker Park Drive when witnesses reported screaming, pounding and moaning sounds coming from the units.

Out of fear that someone was trapped, the squad broke into at least six units, destroying the doors, as renters came to the property to unlock other units. Before long, it was discovered that the sounds were coming from the cooling fan.

Source: TristateHomePage.com, Cooling Fan Causes False Alarm at Evansville Storage Unit

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