17 February, 1988 (~estimated)
Some Smoke But No Fire At Pediatrics Building
A burned out air circulator motor was blamed for sending smoke Monday into the Princeton-Nassau Pediatrics building, 11 North Harrison Street.
Police responded to a call at 4:59 p.m. reporting smoke in the building, but Princeton Volunteer Firemen and Fire Chief Richard McKee, also m the scene, determined that the motor was the source of the smoke. After the power supply was turned off and the building aired out with exhaust fans. everything was reported as back to normal.