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Cape Cod Elementary School Closed Thursday After 2 Days of Gas Leak Evacuations

The school was evacuated Tuesday and Wednesday due to a gas leak, according to officials

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    Gas Leak Mystery in Mashpee

    Officials believe they have figured out what's causing a gas leak at an elementary school in Mashpee that has sent students home early two days in a row now.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018)

    A Cape Cod school that was evacuated two days in a row for a gas leak will be closed on Thursday.

    Mashpee Public Schools officials sent a notice to families and staff that Quashnet Elementary School will be closed Thursday. Officials say that although necessary repairs have been made following two straight days of evacuations, they want to ensure student and staff are safe before their return by monitoring equipment.

    "There was a giant gas leak and we all had to evacuate our classes," third grader Theo Enwisle told NBC10 Boston and necn. "There were a bunch of fire trucks and we had to go to the high school."

    School officials believe a leaky boiler caused the gas leak. One person was hospitalized Tuesday due to the leak.

    Gas Leak Sends Students Home Early in Mashpee, Again

    [NECN] Gas Leak Sends Students Home Early in Mashpee, Again

    A gas leak at the Quashnet Elementary School in Mashpee has sent students home for the second day in a row.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018)

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