CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Ramada Inn on Woodlawn Avenue was evacuated after the fire alarm went off Wednesday morning.
When firefighters arrived, they discovered a construction crew was operating some power tools, and the exhaust set off the fire alarm.
Firefighters said they found high levels of carbon monoxide in the building, so they evacuated and vented the hotel.
No one was hurt.
High levels of carbon monoxide found at hotel after fire
Exonerated Charlotte man who served 25 years in prison sues city, investigators
Part of East Independence Blvd. shut down due to sinkhole
CMS buses completed regular routes past 8 p.m. Monday
Parents warned about clown luring kids into woods in South Carolina