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Fire call at Hiawatha Middle School

(KNZA)--Firefighters and other emergency personnel responded to the Hiawatha Middle School Monday evening after a report of smoke at the school.

The call came in around 7:00.

USD 415, in a Facebook post, said a HVAC motor blower caught fire following an electrical brownout. 

The school district said the situation was resolved and school was in session Tuesday as normal.

Power was lost in a portion of Hiawatha, primarily along and east of 1st Street, along with the Highland and Robinson areas.

There was no immediate word from Evergy what caused the outage.

Due to the power outage, Monday evening's Hiawatha School Board meeting was postponed to Wednesday evening at 7:00.  


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