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Burst Sprinkler Head Evacuates High School

by Bobby Blair
October 31, 2017

Fire crews responded to a direct alarm Tuesday morning around 9 a.m. Deputy Chief James Moore reported a water flow with hazardous material.

Students were evacuated from the building. A sprinkler head which let go had mixed with an as yet unknown material producing a chemical reaction.

A hazmat team has been called to the scene to investigate, but students were allowed to await the outcome in the field house. Students and staff are safe according to Fire Chief Mike Cassidy.

Update: Students being dismissed early at 12:15 pm

 

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The town should be very proud of its fire department for being so trainedfoeeveryemergency.

- Jackie Dellicker | 10/31/17 9:18 PM

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