MULTIPLE ambulances rushed to a Massachusetts elementary school after staff members reportedly became "dizzy".
The Kingston Fire Department responded to Kingston Elementary School in Massachusetts, Thursday afternoon.
A nurse reportedly told LiveBoston617 an alert was put out to local hospitals for "potential carbon monoxide poisoning."
The facility was immediately evacuated while fire officials investigate the condition of the building.
A spokesperson with the Kingston Fire Department confirmed to The Sun that firefighters were currently at the scene investigating the incident.
Ambulances from surrounding towns also responded to assist.
“We are on scene. We had a report from a few staff who felt dizzy. The KFD is on scene and assessing the situation,” Superintendent of Schools Jill Proulx told CBS Boston.
"The students are being cooperative and amazing as we wait for a final determination from KFD. Once we receive clearance we will be able to return to the building," Kingston Elementary reportedly said in an email to parents.
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