Water line repaired at Baton Rouge school, students return to class
UPDATE: The line has been repaired, according to a spokesperson.
The exact time the problem was fixed was not provided.
BATON ROUGE - Glen Oaks High School has sent students home following a water line issue.
A water line burst at the school sometime Tuesday due to construction in the area, but the issue wasn't discovered until Wednesday morning. Students were released before 9:30 a.m.
According to a spokesperson, the students were sent home as a precaution.
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