Monday, December 14, 2009

No Noxious Fumes Detected At Gym

“Despite reports that fumes filtering into Gold's Gym in Oaks from a nearby automotive shop forced the fitness club to close recently, testing of the air quality inside the gym by public safety officials found readings to be in the normal range, according to an Upper Providence fire official. The Oaks club, formerly at 422 Business Center Drive, closed on Saturday, Nov. 28, and the facility's chief executive officer, Bob LePage, attributed the sudden shuttering to odors from 422 Motorsports, which shares the same building. The auto business has never been cited for fouling the club's air, according to a 422 Motorsports official, and members who contacted The Times Herald, sister paper to The Mercury, had never heard anyone at the gym complain about offensive odors.”

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