Fire at Orem High School sends kids home
OREM, Utah– An active fire at Orem High School is sending kids home early. Battalion Chief Shaun Hirst with the Orem Fire Department says the fire is winding down.
Fire officials report the fire was caused by a sawdust collecting machine. The fire was also contained in the machine. There are no reports of open flames anywhere. Students were evacuated and sent home for the day.
There are no injuries reported.
This story is breaking and will be updated.
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