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Southridge students evacuated

Fire crews were at Southridge School in South Surrey Wednesday, after an overheating heater set off alarms. - Sarah Massah photo
Fire crews were at Southridge School in South Surrey Wednesday, after an overheating heater set off alarms.
— image credit: Sarah Massah photo

Students at Southridge School had a wet start to their day Wednesday, after an overheating heater triggered the building’s fire alarms.

The alert set off sprinklers in the senior school and prompted a brief evacuation of those students. Fire crews at the scene said the school suffered minor water damage in the incident.

 

 

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