Smoke fills classrooms, school evacuated | News
OKLAHOMA CITY—Students at a middle school in Oklahoma City were evacuated from the building after smoke started fill the classrooms.
Fire crews rushed to Roosevelt Middle School Tuesday morning after receiving reports of a fire in one of the rooms.
When they arrived, children had already been evacuated.
Firefighters say the smoke was coming from a damaged heater motor, which was quickly handled.
The kids were allowed back in the classroom a short time later.
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