Ararat Fitness Centre is now open with normal operating hours, following yesterday's emergency response to a suspected chemical leak.
ARCC said the issue was resolved upon investigation by the emergency services crews who attended.
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Ararat emergency services responded to a potential hazardous chemical leak at Ararat Fitness Centre about 10 am on Thursday.
CFA District 16 commander Ian Morley said they received a call about a hazardous chemical smell coming from the pool facility.
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"We checked out the area and couldn't ascertain any actual leak, spill or exact location. It was either from a build-up of a chemical smell overnight or from the plant room.
"Six fire trucks and approximately 25 firefighters responded, along with police and ambulance personnel.
"There were no injuries as a result of the incident, although one person was taken to hospital with an unrelated medical condition - as a result it was not serious."
Mr Morley said Ararat Rural City Council, who own the facility, would be investigating the incident further and seeking to get equipment checked.
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