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WENATCHEE – A shelter in place warning was issued Monday morning near the Bluebird Fire in Wenatchee because of an ammonia leak.

Chelan County Emergency Management alerted the public of the leak around 11:10 a.m. Residents were told to close their windows and turn of air conditioning.

Officials said concerns about ammonia have been present since last night, since an industrial fire started burning.

By 12:30 p.m., the ammonia dissipated and was no longer an issue. The shelter in place restriction was lifted.

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  • Jeffrey

    I realize this is dangerous cituation with ammonia plus it hot. It s ironic to tell people to turn off the AC and close doors and windows.. It would be like leaving an animal in a hot car.!!