Medical staff in Dryden are working with patients, after damage to their CT scanner.
"Yeah, we're really sorry for any inconvenience we may cause patients during this time, but we're doing everything we can to get up and running as soon as we can," said CEO Wade Petranik.
The equipment was damaged, during the recent cold snap. Hospital staff say they're working with patients and nearby facilities, in an effort to deal with the situation.
Petranik said water found its way into the electronics for the scanner, so they're waiting for the machine to dry out. There's no estimate for when the scanner may be fixed.