Wells Fargo Building Evacuated After Reports of Fire
SAN ANGELO, TX-- The Wells Fargo Building downtown was evacuated Thursday Afternoon.
According to San Angelo Fire Chief Todd Sanford, there were reports of smoke coming out of the air vents in the building.
The cause of the smoke was a burnt out air-conditioner motor in the basement, as Sanford said.
"When that motor burnt out, it sent smoke through the entire building," Sanford said.
SAFD determined that there was no fire and that the building was safe after investigating the building.
Five units of the San Angelo Fire Department were dispatched to the scene and SAPD blocked off Irving St.
No one was injured in the incident.