ST. PAUL, MN — The St. Paul Central Library has reopened after spending over a week drying out from a mishap involving a custodian, a running faucet and the non-fiction section, according to the Pioneer Press.
A custodian mistakenly left a sink faucet on the fourth floor running overnight, drenching a large swath of the library and requiring significant drying efforts on the second through fourth floors, the article stated.
The water, which was discovered the next morning by another custodian, did not do any significant damage to books or computers, the article noted.
The full extent of the damage is still unknown, but an adjuster from the company that insures the city is on the case, the article added.
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