Fire alarm again sounds at Patriots hotel for Super Bowl

CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) A fire alarm sounded for the second time in three nights at the hotel where the New England Patriots are staying for the Super Bowl.

Quarterback Tom Brady says he didn't hear it and slept through it.

The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa says the early morning false alarm on Thursday lasted two minutes and went off in one wing. It says the alarm was caused by a stairwell smoke head and was being investigated.

It also says the alarm had no major impact on guests and there were no evacuations or injuries.

There was another false alarm at the hotel on the team's first night and tight end Rob Gronkowski said he slept through it.

The Patriots play the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl on Sunday night.

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