(November 7, 2017)
HERKIMER - Herkimer BOCES on Gros Boulevard was briefly evacuated Tuesday morning when the carbon monoxide detector went off, indicating high levels.
East Herkimer and Mohawk fire departments responded around 8:30 a.m. and cleared the building, where they determined that the issued appeared to be a stuck vent louvre.
The Herkimer Central School District provided buses so that students had a warm place to wait, and they were let back into the building around 9 a.m. after it was determined carbon monoxide levels were not high.
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