'All-clear' given after Albany High evacuation

September 08, 2017 12:57 PM

ALBANY - The "all-clear" has been given at Albany High and students are back in class.

The school was evacuated Friday morning because of a smell of gas in parts of the building.

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School officials aren't sure what caused it, but the fire department gave them the green light to go back to classes.


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