West Johnson Street from Glenwood Avenue to North West Street is currently closed.
Raleigh fire officials said a call came in at 12:58 p.m. when an alarm went off with higher than normal readings.
The carbon monoxide spike was reported to be the result of workers using a propane tool in the basement.
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Two workers were treated by EMS but were not transported to the hospital, police said.