MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A building on the University of Minnesota campus that was closed due to a chemical spill has reopened.
Just before 8 a.m. Friday, the University of Minnesota said a chemical spill at Smith Hall prompted the closure of the building.READ MORE: Twin Cities Ranks 15th Among Cities With Most Energy Star-Certified Buildings
In the alert posted to Twitter Friday morning, the university said the building is closed until further notice.READ MORE: Electric Fetus Ranked Among The 10 Great Record Stores In America, According To Spin
Roughly 45 minutes later, the university tweeted that the building had reopened.MORE NEWS: Wisconsin Assembly To Vote On Chokehold Ban, Police Reform Bills
The Minneapolis Fire Department is on the scene investigating.