Now that school is back in session, more districts are considering putting in carbon monoxide detectors after a leak at Dallas’s Lakewood Elementary back in March.
A re-opened Lakewood Elementary School became a welcome sight for parents. But frustrations boiled over at a meeting with Dallas Independent School District representatives Friday morning.
More than 800-students this morning return to classes at Lakewood Elementary School in Dallas, after a carbon monoxide leak forced an evacuation Tuesday.
Kids will be going back to Lakewood Elementary on Friday. It will be the first time students, faculty and staff are allowed back in the Dallas school since a carbon monoxide leak forced an evacuation on Tuesday.
Weather aside, it’s unclear when some Dallas elementary students will get back to class.
Lakewood Elementary in Dallas will be open to students and staff on Wednesday after a carbon monoxide scare forced evacuations on Tuesday.
Fear is turning into frustration for parents with children at Lakewood Elementary in Dallas, after a carbon monoxide leak led to an evacuation and dozens of sick kids.
There were headaches and upset stomachs at one Dallas elementary school more than 24 hours ago, but this wasn’t about some virus or bug making its way across campus. The problem was carbon monoxide.
The students and staff at Lakewood Elementary school in Dallas have been evacuated after elevated levels of Carbon Monoxide were detected in the building Tuesday morning.
The CBS 11 I-Team put 18 used and new Carbon Monoxide Detectors to test at the Grand Prairie Fire Department.
Part of a North Texas hotel has been evacuated after some people got sick from possible carbon monoxide exposure. An Irving Fire Department spokesman says the incident happened Monday at the Hyatt Place in Las Colinas.
The school day was disrupted for students and staff at Rangel Women’s Leadership High School near Fair Park in Dallas after complaints headaches and nausea — possibly from a carbon monoxide leak.