CLEVELAND - Hospital officials and Cleveland police helped evacuate visitors at Babyland General Hospital Sunday afternoon when smoke was seen coming out of a heating and air vent.
Cleveland Fire Department Chief Ricky Pruitt said the incident occurred around 4:00 p.m. Fire units from Cleveland Fire Department and White County Stations 4 & 6 responded.
Pruitt said when police arrived, they helped Babyland employees get all visitors out of the building.
"Wee discovered a burned up belt on a heat unit had caused the smoke," said Chief Pruitt after an investigation.
Firefighters used thermal imaging cameras to search the entire building before allowing visitors and staff to re-enter.