Fire alarm inadvertently goes off at WCI, Sherman Avenue schools
The fire alarm at Warren Central Intermediate and Sherman Avenue Elementary went off around 11 a.m. Thursday, creating serious concern for students, teachers and administrators alike.
But, after a quick response by the local fire departments and safety officers with the Vicksburg Warren School District, it was determined there was no fire and no danger. In a statement from the District, officials said the fire alarm was inadvertently set off.
“… There was no fire or danger to students or staff,” the District said in a post to its Facebook page. “Classes have resumed and the schools will operate on a regular schedule for the remainder of the day.”
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