People rushed out of Philadelphia’s City Hall this morning after an alarm went off.
The cause of the alarm around 10:20 a.m. Tuesday wasn’t immediately clear but a spokesman from the Nutter Administration told NBC10.com that it was a fire alarm that went off.
Everyone was rushed out of the building for a short period of time before being let back in before 11 a.m., according to firefighters.
Mayor Michael Nutter was holding a press briefing at the time.
An accidental fire alarm appeared to be responsible for the evacaution, according to Philadelphia Fire Department Exceutive Chief Richard Davison.
No injuries were reported.
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