WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - UPDATE: Fire crews have sounded the all clear at St. Mary's Medical Center, where an alarm forced four employees into the hallway as a precaution.
Investigators say a faulty alarm went off in the sterile cycle room, where equipment is cleaned.
Fire crews checking the air quality determined there never was a gas or chemical leak.
A section of the second floor of St. Mary's Medical Center has been evacuated after a report of a chemical leak, according to Allen Ortman, spokesman for West Palm Beach Fire Rescue.
The area of concern is the sterile cycle room on the north side of the complex. A cleaning chemical may have leaked.
4 employees were evacuated as a precaution after an alarm went off, according to a hospital spokesman.
He said no patients were evacuated
West Palm Beach Hazmat responded to the scene along with about a dozen fire rescue crews.
They are currently checking the air quality.