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Police respond to incident at a Carterton School

Published: Fri 21 Sep 2018 03:31 PM
Attribute to Wairarapa Area Commander Inspector Scott Miller
Emergency services responded to a report that a number of children were feeling unwell at a school on High Street in Carterton at around 2.30pm.
Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand and Ambulance attended.
No one has been taken to hospital.
Teachers have confirmed they noticed an unpleasant smell which quickly disappeared.
Enquiries are continuing into the source of the smell.
As part of those enquiries Police are going door to door in the area checking on residents’ welfare and trying to locate the source of the smell.
The school grounds are also being searched.
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