HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - First responders treated three guests at the 24 Hour Fitness Center in Hasbrouck Heights around midday on Monday.

The call came in around 12:38 p.m. about the smell of chlorine in the pool area according to Hasbrouck Heights Police Chief Michael Colaneri. Three parties were checked, one each from Wood-Ridge, Lodi, and Garfield, according to Colaneri.

According to Hasbrouck Heights Fire Chief Angelo Roccamo, people were checked out by EMS and refused any treatment or transport to any hospital. The pool area was checked and there was no emergency, said Roccamo.

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24 Hour Fitness issued a statement late Monday afternoon.

"We are aware of the emergency and health department services called to the 24 Hour Fitness Hasbrouck Heights club earlier today during the club personnel’s routine check of the pool.  All responding agencies utilized monitoring equipment to evaluate the pool and determined that there were no issues of concern.  The club remains open to members.  The safety and security of our members and guests is always our top priority."


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