Maintenance workers repair malfunctioning smoke detector
Students and faculty waited for 15 - 20 minutes while fire and rescue workers investigated the incident, according to Alfred. After the building was cleared for reentry, the administration arranged for a fire technician to fix the faulty detector during seventh period. "We had maintenance come out and fix it," Alfred said.
Alfred was unsure why the fire alarm sounded, but he speculated that excess dust may have triggered the smoke detector.
Lauren Kestner. Lauren Kestner loves Trader Joe's chocolates, cheesy television soap operas, summer trips to Lake Anna, coffee ice cream from Coldstone Creamery, hikes at Northwest Branch and shopping at Heritage. Playing soccer for Blair or her MSC club team and running at the gym consumes much … More »