VERO BEACH — No injuries were reported after a propane gas leak at Vero Beach High School that led students to be briefly evacuated, sheriff’s officials said.
Indian River County sheriff’s officials responded to reports of a leak in building 2 about 12:30 p.m. Thursday, spokesperson Debbie Carson said. The smell of propane gas lingered throughout the facility.
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Students in building 2 were evacuated to the Vero Beach Performing Arts Center, Carson said.
Several Indian River County Fire Rescue trucks, AmeriGas and Como Oil & Propane responded to the scene. AmeriGas fixed the leak by 2 p.m., sheriff’s officials said.
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