Fermi H.S. in Enfield all clear after CO alarm


ENFIELD, Conn. (WTNH)– Students and staff are safely back inside an Enfield high school after it was evacuated earlier due to the carbon monoxide alarm.

Enfield Public Schools tweeted earlier that all Enrico Fermi High School staff and students are safely outside the building after the carbon monoxide alarm went off.

The Hazardville fire department responded to the scene.

The Superintendent later confirmed that Fermi High School building has been cleared and that all students and staff are safely back inside of the building.

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