Paint thinner fumes forced the evacuation of a Bryan office building Saturday night.
It happened at the Galleria Village office tower.
Fire crews were called out shortly after 6 p.m.
It's believed the fumes came from the chemical toluene, which is commonly used as a paint thinner.
Authorities initially held off on evacuating the building, but later asked the handful of people inside to come out as a precaution.
No injuries were reported. The source of the paint thinner fumes is not yet known.
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