- The Washington Times - Friday, March 13, 2009

MONTGOMERY, ALA. (AP) - The Alabama Department of Transportation is keeping the Interstate 10 welcome center in Baldwin County closed until it gets test results on a suspicious substance found in a soap dispenser. Department spokesman Tony Harris said Friday the department is waiting on tests as a precaution.

The center was closed Monday because of an unusual odor in the men’s restroom and because the liquid soap in a dispenser in that bathroom had an unusual color.

The center’s attendants saw doctors as a precaution, but Harris said no problems were found.

The center averages 840 vehicles stopping each day.

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