Small fire in classroom at Plymouth North High School
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Sprinklers soaked a one-alert fire that started in a classroom at a secondary school in Plymouth Monday morning, bringing about a fast clearing and no wounds, authorities said.
The fire began in a computer plan studio in the specialized investigations wing of the school at 6:11 a.m. Fire Chief Ed Bradley said a task of some kind consumed over a work seat in a side of the room, setting off a programmed sprinkler head found overhead.
They were then sent to the performing expressions focus, school library, and classrooms that were protected to enter.
The Plymouth Fire Department said the fire does not give off an impression of being suspicious. A reason was not discharged.
“We are grateful to the Plymouth Fire Department and our staff for their quick and effective reaction,” the school said in an announcement.