Firefighters called to Blackburn school after leak

Firefighters called to Blackburn school after leak

Firefighters called to Blackburn school after leak

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A LEAKING rook at a Blackburn school set off the fire alarm this morning.

The fire service was called to St Stephen’s CE Primary School shortly after 7.30am after the automatic fire alarm activated.

The water affected the school’s electricity which triggered the alarm at the Robinson Street school.

Initial reports from the fire service were that the school had flooded but that later proved not to be the case.

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1:09pm Sun 16 Feb 14

Lurid67 says...

Wtf is a leaking rook? Must have been a mahoosive bird lol quality article again LET though it made me giggle
Wtf is a leaking rook? Must have been a mahoosive bird lol quality article again LET though it made me giggle Lurid67
  • Score: 5

3:29pm Sun 16 Feb 14

englishmuslim says...

Water gets into a smoke detector and can trigger the fire alarm. It happens hundreds of times every year. Completely pointless story.
Water gets into a smoke detector and can trigger the fire alarm. It happens hundreds of times every year. Completely pointless story. englishmuslim
  • Score: 5

4:18pm Sun 16 Feb 14

burner says...

Did one of the Infants write this article in storytime ?
Did one of the Infants write this article in storytime ? burner
  • Score: 9

6:29pm Sun 16 Feb 14

2 for 5p ridesagain says...

Oh you big brave firemen........ NOT. Parasites
Oh you big brave firemen........ NOT. Parasites 2 for 5p ridesagain
  • Score: -9

1:26am Mon 17 Feb 14

OUTSIDERnthat says...

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