Homeless people looking for a place to sleep spent some of Saturday night out in the cold, when a gas leak forced them out of the rescue mission shelter.
The Grand junction Fire Department arrived to the Rescue Mission's Men's Homeless Shelter late last night after people sleeping there smelled carbon monoxide leaking into the house.
All 40 people inside were evacuated, and had to stay outside until the house was aired–out.
The home still doesn't have any utilities and won't until the entire place is inspected by the city to ensure there will be no more leaks when they turn the gas back on.
People can still sleep there tonight even though there won't be heat.
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