Brampton School Evacuated Due to Carbon Monoxide Scare
A Brampton elementary school has been evacuated following a carbon monoxide scare.
The Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board says that, due to the discharge of a carbon monoxide detector, staff and students at Guardian Angels School have been evacuated.
Staff and students are currently being accommodated at Worthington Public School.
Updates to follow.
ALERT: Due to the discharge of a carbon monoxide detector, staff and students at Guardian Angels School have been evacuated and are currently being accommodated at Worthington Public School.— DPCDSB (@DPCDSBSchools) April 2, 2019
UPDATE: Guardian Angels School was given clearance to return to the school at approximately 11:30 am and students are in the process of returning at this time.— DPCDSB (@DPCDSBSchools) April 2, 2019
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