Little Caesars Arena evacuated; injuries reported

According to reports, Little Caesars Arena, which is the home to the Detroit Red Wings and the Detroit Pistons, had to be evacuated on Thursday afternoon. ClickonDetroit.com is reporting that the LCA had to be evacuated earlier today due to an ammonia leak, and a pair of employees suffered injuries.

Why was Little Caesars Arena evacuated?

Little Caesars Arena

The report says the incident took place on Thursday afternoon at 3:15 p.m., and two staff members are expected to be ok after suffering minor burns.

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The ammonia took place in the basement of the LCA, and reports suggest that the leak may have come from the refrigeration unit for the ice.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Good thing fans weren’t in there. The arena is vast and wide but when you have to funnel all those people in the 200s down the narrow escalator, I imagine a full scale evacuation is a disaster waiting to happen.

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