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  • Isolated fire causes flooding at Hancock Middle School

    A small fire in one of the classrooms at Hancock Middle School early Monday morning triggered a sprinkler that ran for around four hours, flooding the hallways and many of the classrooms. Hancock County School District Assistant Superintendent gives an update on the cleanup.

A small fire in one of the classrooms at Hancock Middle School early Monday morning triggered a sprinkler that ran for around four hours, flooding the hallways and many of the classrooms. Hancock County School District Assistant Superintendent gives an update on the cleanup. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
A small fire in one of the classrooms at Hancock Middle School early Monday morning triggered a sprinkler that ran for around four hours, flooding the hallways and many of the classrooms. Hancock County School District Assistant Superintendent gives an update on the cleanup. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Update: Hancock Middle School cancels Tuesday classes after fire

January 23, 2017 8:10 AM