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Gas leak closes Thetford school

PUBLISHED: 09:46 02 December 2008 | UPDATED: 13:41 02 June 2010

A Thetford school has been closed for a second day following a gas leak.

Pupils and staff at Rosemary Musker High School were told to go home from 10am yesterday after reports of gas at the building in Croxton Road.

A Thetford school has been closed for a second day following a gas leak.

Pupils and staff at Rosemary Musker High School were told to go home from 10am yesterday after reports of gas at the building in Croxton Road.

The school is still closed today as work continues to fix the gas leak.

Updates will be posted at www.schoolclosures.norfolk.gov.uk.


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