Update: May 11, 2:03 p.m.:
Original Post: Prince George's County Fire Department investigators are trying to figure out why alarms sounded Thursday night at NASA Goddard in Greenbelt.
According to PGFD Spokesman Mark Brady's Twitter account, firefighters responded to the scene of NASA Goddard around 10 p.m. after radiation alarms sounded at the building. Hazmat was also on scene to determine the cause.
Investigators said the radiation alarm sounded because the facility's smoke alarms sounded, Brady tweeted, but no smoke was visible on scene.
Although radiation has been ruled out as a cause of the alarm, firefighters are continuing to investigate the reason for the alarms sounding.
Do you feel safe living near NASA Goddard? Do you ever fear your proximity to the building could be hazardous to your health?