By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Allegheny County Health Department closed two businesses.
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Gold Door in Homewood and Dunkin ‘Donuts in Tarentum were both told to close.
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At Dunkin ‘Donuts, according to sewage leaking from a grease trap, the health department created a large puddle on the floor for employees to walk through and spread the debris throughout the building. Other violations include the lack of signs telling staff to wash their hands and use the hand basin to dispose of ice.
The health department says Gold Door has been closed for operating without a health permit. The company also had other violations such as a sewage leak in the unused basement and failure to submit plans prior to operating a food facility.
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If the closure orders are removed, the Department of Health website will be updated.