A carbon monoxide leak forced the closure of the Cobourg Community Centre on Monday morning.
At around 7:30 a.m., firefighters were called to the facility and discovered a problem with a heating system.
The incident caused carbon monoxide to be released throughout the building on D’Arcy Street, firefighters said.
The Town of Cobourg issued a statement saying the building would be closed and that all scheduled classes have been cancelled.
Several patrons arrived at the building only to be turned away.
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However, around 1 p.m. the building was reopened.
The Town noted classes would still be cancelled however all ice rentals were available from 1 p.m. onwards and the Cobourg Cougars game was still scheduled.
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