A Seattle Fire Department hazardous-materials unit investigated an odor at a University of Washington health-sciences building Friday morning.
Seattle firefighters and a hazardous-materials team investigated an odor at a University of Washington health-sciences building Friday morning.
The fire department responded to Wing B of the health-sciences building at 1704 N.E. Columbia Way, just south of the University of Washington Medical Center.
About 8 a.m., the fire department tweeted it was turning the scene over to UW’s facilities department after “no readings” were detected.
“We initially had a couple of workers there who smelled something like rotten eggs,” said Lt. Harbold Webb, a department spokesman. “But we didn’t find anything.”