Two fire trucks were called to Lord Byng elementary on Tuesday morning, in response to alarms going off at the Steveston school.

Students were quickly evacuated about 8:45 a.m., just after everyone has arrived to start the day.

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However, according to Richmond Fire-Rescue’s deputy fire chief Jim Wishlove, it was promptly found to be a false alarm.

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“We still have one truck on scene, but there is no fire,” Wishlove told the Richmond News at around 9:30 a.m.

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“There was an issue with the alarms. We are keeping one truck on site until the alarm company arrive to reset them.”

 


https://www.richmond-news.com/news/morning-scare-at-steveston-school-turns-out-as-false-alarm-1.23852031

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