Sewage Stink Forces Ohio School To Dismiss Early
A high school in Ohio had to dismiss students shortly after they arrived for the day because a plumbing problem filled the building with the smell of raw sewage. School district officials said the odor was from a restroom vent pipe that became disconnected at Stebbins High School in the Dayton suburb of Riverside.
Students were dismissed at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. Administrators said that while the smell was hard to bear, it did not pose a health threat.
The school's windows were opened to air out the building. The plumbing issue was fixed, and classes will resume Wednesday.
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