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Friday, June 24, 2011

School Remains Open After Flood Reported

BEAVERCREEK — A broken pipe has caused a flood at Beavercreek High School, according to Mike Campbell, WHIO-TV reporter.

Beavercreek fire officials were called to the high school, 2660 Dayton Xenia Road, around 4 a.m. Wednesday after hearing a report of a pipe that burst in the school’s boiler room. The burst caused up to five feet of water to flow inside the school, Campbell said.

The water got high enough that is damaged some of the building’s systems, including electrical and water, according to Campbell. Those systems have been shut down.

A Beavercreek City Schools official was not immediately available for comment this morning.

The high school was open as of 8:30 a.m. today.

Semester exams are scheduled for today and the last day of school is Friday, according to the district’s web site.

Check back for updates.

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