Nashville fire station personnel relocated due to possible mold in building

    Nashville Fire Department

    Personnel from a Nashville fire station are being relocated after possible mold was found in the building.

    The Nashville Fire Department announced Friday it temporally relocated personnel at Station 24 along Clarksville Highway after the discovery.

    Personnel alerted the NFD that they spotted possible mold growing in the fire hall. A final report hasn't been completed, but indicators so far are that there are active mold spores of the Penicillium Ascomycetous fungi type. This particular station was built in 1974.

    While the issue remains ongoing, personnel are being moved to Station 11 along D.B. Todd Boulevard and Station 23 along Centennial Boulevard.

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