ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Part of St. Louis' Lambert Airport has been evacuated two days in a row because of a sprinkler malfunction.
Spokesman Jeff Lea said Monday there was no fire or other emergency, and that the brief evacuations were done as a precaution.
He said a mechanical problem with a sprinkler prompted a sensor to issue an alarm.
He said part of Concourse A was evacuated to the tarmac for about 20 minutes Monday.
He said the problem has been isolated and crews are making the repair.
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