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Two College Station ISD Schools Evacuated Thursday Following Fire Alarms

Update:

Two College Station ISD schools were evacuated Thursday following fire alarms.

College Station firefighters responded to an alarm at 11:35 a.m. at College Station high school.

CSFD reports the alarm went off due to burned food in a microwave.

CSHS was evacuated because the alarm was activated.

No one was injured.

Original story:

College Station firefighters were called at a quarter of seven Thursday morning to an alarm at Creek View elementary school.

No one was hurt in what turned out to be smoke that was generated by a malfunctioning heating and air conditioning unit.

CSFD complemented school staff for being alert and evacuating quickly.

There was no delay in starting classes.

Screen shot from the College Station fire department Twitter page.

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Posted by on Oct 3 2019. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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