Official: Mars Hill Elementary School glow deliberate arson
January 19, 2015 - School Supplies
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office pronounced firefighters responded Sunday night to a structure glow during Mars Hill Elementary School in Madison County, N.C. Sgt. Bobby Gosnell pronounced a glow is suspicion to have been intentionally set.
Gosnell pronounced a passerby called officials during 6:49 p.m. and reported a structure glow during a school. The Mars Hill Fire Department found a glow in a school’s aged gym. The building was not in operation for students, though was being used to store propagandize supplies.
Firefighters contained a glow in a aged gym, Gosnell said. The glow shop-worn a gym’s floor, walls and roof, and it also shop-worn some propagandize reserve in storage.
The glow did not means any injuries, though Gosnell pronounced EMS was dispatched to standby as a precaution.
Madison County schools are off for Martin Luther King Day Monday. Gosnell pronounced a glow will not impact any propagandize activities this week.
Gosnell pronounced a Madison County Sheriff’s Office and a North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation are questioning a fire.