• Alhambra High Students Evacuated


    ALHAMBRA (CNS) – Students were temporarily evacuated from buildings at Alhambra High School yesterday when someone reported the smell of gasoline coming from an office, but officials searched the campus and failed to find any problems.

    Officers and firefighters were sent to the school at 101 S. Second St. shortly after 7 a.m., according to Alhambra police Lt. Dan Rodriguez.

    Students already on campus were evacuated to an athletic field, as were those who arrived at the school later, Rodriguez said. Students were allowed to return to classrooms shortly after 10 a.m., Rodriguez said.

    “Nothing was found to indicate the source of the smell,” Rodriguez said. The investigation was continuing.

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