ANN ARBOR, MI – Community High School in Ann Arbor was briefly evacuated after a small fire started inside the school Tuesday morning.
Fire crews were called at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, to the school for a fire alarm that had activated within the building causing the school to be evacuated, according to the Ann Arbor Fire Department.
Crews arrived to find a small fire had sparked inside the building which was caused by a construction crew welding while working on renovations to the school, officials said.
The damaged caused by the fire, which was quickly extinguished, was minimal and the building was deemed safe to be reoccupied within an hour, officials said.
One person was taken to an area hospital to be treated for a medical emergency unrelated to the fire, officials said.
The Ann Arbor Fire Department commended Ann Arbor Public Schools for its efficiency in evacuating the building and assisting firefighters at the scene.
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