Employees at Guam Homeland Security in Agana Heights were evacuated from the building and one person was rushed to the hospital following a report of a foul odor Tuesday afternoon.

Guam Fire Department E-911 staff first reported the smell in the emergency center at 4 p.m., according to GFD Spokesperson Nick Garrido.

One person experienced medical issues related to the odor and was taken to Guam Memorial Hospital and is undergoing observation.

GFD’s Hazmat Unit 5 responded to ventilate the building and monitor the air quality.

Garrido said the 911 center has temporarily relocated to an alternate location until the odor has been addressed and it is safe to return.

He adds there was zero disruption to 911 services during the transition.