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Prudence Crandall School in Enfield Dismissing Early Friday

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    A water pipe burst in the parking lot of Prudence Crandall School in Enfield Friday morning and students will be dismissed early. 

    The pipe burst around 10:30 a.m. Friday, according to the schools. 

    A message from the superintendent says town crews investigated and determined that the pipe is the main water line to the school and it needed to be turned off for repairs. 

    Prudence Crandall School students are being dismissed because water was shut off to the school. 

    Students who take buses will be picked up at roughly 11:15 a.m. 

    Any student who is a walker will not be released from the school until school staff contacts the parents and notifies them of the release. 

    Parents who chose to pick their children up are being asked to arrive at 11:30 a.m. 

    No students are in danger the superintendent said.

    Because of the location of the pipe, police will be at the school to manage traffic. 

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