[UPDATE] Firefighters Know What Caused ‘Light Smoke’ at Bossier Elementary
[UPDATE] It didn't take long to figure out what caused the light smoke at Bossier Elementary. Bossier City Spokesman Mark Natale tells KEEL News that it came from a motor in a classroom air/heating unit. The breaker connected to it did its job by tripping and turning off the unit, preventing a fire.
[ORIGINAL STORY] Bossier firefighters are busy checking into a problem at Bossier Elementary School on Traffic Street. Light smoke was reported at the school. A couple of units remain. They're looking for a possible electrical cause, like a burned-out motor on air/heating units. No evacuation was necessary.
We'll bring you more details as we get them.