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Fire cleanup continues, Sanborn High in Kingston to reopen
In a statement issued Sunday night, principal Brian Stack said the school would reopen for normal operation, but that the bathroom, which sustained heavy damage, will remain closed for the next two to three weeks.
Fire Chief Bill Seaman said last week that he believed the fire had been intentionally set. The state fire marshal’s office was asked to help with the investigation.
“I would like to thank all of the emergency responders from Kingston and the surrounding communities who reacted quickly to keep us all safe,” Stack said in his statement.
While the deodorizers have been removed, Stack said the air scrubbing machines will remain in the hallways through this week. He said crews will also continue to work on cleaning out the HVAC system after school hours.
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