Breaking: Fire Dept. outside Hall-Atwater

Fire engine outside Hall-Atwater. Public Safety officer and cruiser stationed across the street. No word on what’s happening as of yet.

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8 thoughts on “Breaking: Fire Dept. outside Hall-Atwater

  1. Anonymous

    Any time police or fire personnel are responding to a call on campus is significant, especially in light of the recent fires in Hall-Atwater.

  2. Anonymous

    Any time police or fire personnel are responding to a call on campus is significant, especially in light of the recent fires in Hall-Atwater.

  3. Anonymous

    I know you mean well, but posting every move of the police/fire department before we know whether there’s a real emergency is only going to scare people. We’ve had enough fear in the past week–please save these posts for when they’re needed.

  4. Anonymous

    I know you mean well, but posting every move of the police/fire department before we know whether there’s a real emergency is only going to scare people. We’ve had enough fear in the past week–please save these posts for when they’re needed.

  5. Anonymous

    At around 2:10pm, paramedics took a student out of a fourth floor classroom in the PAC. I overheard some of his classmates saying that he appeared to have had a seizure. I am guessing that the firetrucks were responding to this.

  6. Anonymous

    At around 2:10pm, paramedics took a student out of a fourth floor classroom in the PAC. I overheard some of his classmates saying that he appeared to have had a seizure. I am guessing that the firetrucks were responding to this.

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