Iowa animal shelter faces costly bill after carbon monoxide leak
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — Employees and all of the animals are OK after carbon monoxide leaked into a Quad Cities animal shelter, but the facility now faces a costly bill.
KWQC-TV reports that employees of the Humane Society of Scott County in Davenport recently noticed something was amiss and called firefighters, who found the leak, caused by a problem with the furnace.Sioux City Fire Rescue talks dangers of Carbon Monoxide
The furnace must be replaced at a cost of $60,000. Development Coordinator Celina Rippel said it’s “a big chunk of change” for the nonprofit.
The Humane Society is seeking public donations of money for the furnace, as well as blankets and dog beds for the animals.Copyright 2022 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.