Rocky Hill High School Evacuated

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    Rocky Hill High School is evacuated because of a small nitric acid spill.

    Rocky Hill High School is evacuated because of a small nitrate acid spill.

    A science program was being held at the school and the custodial crew cleaning the science lab knocked over a beaker, according to the superintendent.

    No one was injured and the students have been moved to the middle school.

    "We didn't want to take any chances with anyone's safety. Anytime there's a chemical spill we're following the OSHA protocol," Superintendent Dr, Mark Zito said.

    Chemical Spill Shuts Down School

    [HAR] Chemical Spill Shuts Down School
    A hazmat team was called in to clean up a chemical spill at Rocky Hill High School this morning.

    The school will not reopen until the cleanup is taken care of.

     


     

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