Irritant’ clears Northglenn information night

Staff Report
Posted 3/13/19

A mystery airborne irritant cut short an eight-grade information night March 5 at Northglenn High School. No injuries were reported. Northglenn Police responded to the school and evacuated everyone …

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Irritant’ clears Northglenn information night

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A mystery airborne irritant cut short an eight-grade information night March 5 at Northglenn High School.

No injuries were reported.

Northglenn Police responded to the school and evacuated everyone in the building. According the Adams 12 Five Star School District statement, no one requested medical assistance on site and no one was transported for medical treatment.

District facilities inspected the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system and found no issues with how the system was operating, according to the statement.

Additionally, the district environmental services team inspected the building and was unable to determine a cause. North Metro Fire Department walked the entire school building with air monitoring equipment and no harmful gases were detected. North Metro Fire cleared the building to be reoccupied.

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