Intentionally Set Fire at Illinois High School Causes Damage, Smoke Inhalation

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KANEVILLE, IL – Kaneland High School in Kane County, Illinois, was the scene of a fire on Wednesday morning, leading to the cancellation of classes for the day. 

According to the Kane County Sheriff’s Department, the fire was reported at 8:29 a.m. in a school restroom, causing damage to the building structure. Police were called to the scene and requested a medic for smoke inhalation they experienced while evacuating the building. 

The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but it is believed to have been intentionally set. Fortunately, no students or staff were injured in the incident, and the police have assured that the situation is contained.

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