The Denver Fire Dept reported a loud bang on 38th and York early Sunday morning and visible vapors were emitting from the Coca Cola plant near the intersection.
Fire crews found a that a leaking liquid nitrogen tank caused the noise.
“In an enclosed space this would cause all the oxygen to be sucked out of the room,” said spokesman for the Denver Fire Department. “We’re not issuing a reverse 911 and there is no immediate threat to the neighborhood.”
Officials determined that there was minimal leakage and will remain at the intersection until a repair technician arrives.
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Avoid the 38th Avenue and York Street intersection while repairs are complete.
Source:: The Denver Post