City police station forced to evacuate

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THE Canberra City Police Station was forced to evacuate this morning (April 9) after reports of gas in the building.

ACT Fire & Rescue responded to the reports at about 8.45am.

Firefighters have conducted atmospheric monitoring and air ventilation operations to ensure the area is safe.

The building has now been reoccupied.

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